Judgement is a function of intelligence. So, unless one is thick as rank stupids are, one would judge whatever is before us : happening, situation, thing, being, person, attitude, choices or behaviour. Having thus understood, we would discriminate and categorise the thing in our judgement as right or wrong, beautiful or ugly, true or false, likeable or not, valuable or worthless.
Who, in life, can live without this faculty to discriminate and capacity to judge ? This blogpost may not seem to be very orderly or brief but its young author drew my appreciation for departing from the cliche, the common social media talk at which people speak first and think never.