"Who are you to judge the life I live? I am not perfect and I don't have to be! Before you start pointing fingers, make sure your hands are clean."
I believe in the rights of all man to be equal,
the world where a man is not judged by his appearance or culture.,
the world where judgement is not given in way to break a person down and crush them,
the state of mind who chooses to know a person before they open their mouth and speak words that aren't true.,
the young men and woman of this generation who are devoted to a change in, trust, judgement, and equality,
But I don’t believe in how a person gets judged by how they dress or where they stand in a crowd.
I believe in a world where if you aren’t as financially stable and not able to afford the high end cloths or newest things on the market,
I believe in a world where you can be who you truly are and not have to hide your true personality,
I believe in a place where being different isn’t looked down on by others,
the freedom to be your self, the right to stand out, the courage to be you,
And I believe in that showing love instead of hate is the way to reach to people, it shows them that when they feel nobody is there for them you are. That you care enough to show them that they matter and that they have a place and can be the person they god has meant for them to be.
My Credo Essay
My credo go by not judging others before judging yourself. My credo is "Who are you to judge the life I live? I am not perfect and I don't have to be! Before you start pointing fingers, make sure your hands are clean.” What it means is not to judge someone by who they are because everybody has problems and have their own “Demons” so fix yourself before exploiting someone else's flaws.
How i came to believe in this credo is one day i was looking up facts about Bob Marley and his life to get to know about him a little more and i discovered that quote. It stuck with me because of how many times i was judged and pick on in elementary and some early middle school. It clicked in my head that what was just said was so touching and so powerful that I choose to live my life by not judging others before i judge myself first.
I feel that my beliefs are important because they teach you how to be a better person in general. It teaches you not to just look at someone and accuse them of something just based on their appearance. I believe that nobody deserves to have someone who doesn’t even truly know them say prejudice remarks about them because they don’t look or act like everybody else and can’t accept anything that isn’t their version of “Normal.”
I think my credo might change in the future but as it stands at this moment… I do not believe so. I can see it evolving in to something a lot stronger and having more to do with the equality of others. I personally think the only thing that will change my credo is when the world is with no judgement but i don’t see that anytime soon. Well there are the reasons why my credo means what it does to me.