• The photo gets his feet causing a controversy between his fans and those who are not his fans. Sometimes it surprises me how we waste time humans.
  • With the amount of problems and things that need our attention in our family and in the world, many of us take time to let our criticism (not constructive) be known to others.
  • The beautiful, human singer posted a photo of her feet on her instagram account, surely without imagining the repercussions.
  • The photo of one of the most talented women in the music industry today shows the bare feet of her with her nails painted blue. You can also see that your feet are notoriously untanned compared to your legs. Although it is not known what the singer wanted to show in the photo or where she wanted to direct the attention of the public in one of her many publications, what most caught the attention of people was the shape of their feet.
  • Apparently, Shakira’s feet are ugly

  • While some defended it, others criticized it as something horrible.
  • Why do we criticize?

  • “Criticism is the only reliable form of autobiography that exists,” says famous writer Oscar Wilde , adding that criticism tells us more about the psyche of the one who criticizes than of the person who is being criticized.
  • We criticize as a defense mechanism, criticize what makes us feel vulnerable. We criticize even knowing that this destructive and unsolicited criticism will not lead us anywhere worthwhile.
  • “Criticism is an easy way to defend the ego,” explains Dr. Steven Stosny.
  • How does the criticism begin?

  • Everything begins in our mind, when we see, hear or perceive something and decide to judge it. Criticism is the daughter of the act of judging that our mind has exercised.After we have judged something, we decided to issue our ‘verdict’.
  • The problem is that in judging, we only take pieces of information and execute a criticism of something that nobody asked us or something that does not matter.
  • We develop the addiction or need to criticize when our ability to feel empathy disappears
  • The more we criticize others, the more we distance ourselves from the extraordinary ability that human beings have of putting us in the shoes of others. Apart from that, we focus on the bad of others and our eyes are clouded so that we are no longer able to see the good in anything, or anyone.
  • Usually, people who criticize have lost the ability to see the good. Their brains are somehow programmed to only identify what they perceive as errors or faults.
  • The life of those who criticize all the time, it becomes miserable

  • According to John Gotham, criticism is the first knight of the apocalypse. His work became extremely famous since based on these four horsemen of the apocalypse he was able to predict divorces with 90% of effectiveness.
  • Constant criticism leads us to stay alone

  • There are many people who say that they are just telling the truth, that it is not critical and really believe they have the ‘Divine call’ to criticize, when in reality this is not so.
  • No one has the right to destroy with constant criticism of others

  • Instead of seeing the bad, let us make an effort to see the positive, to see the good intentions of the people, to see what shines, and not what we think is darkness.
  • He has fallen in love and helped us with a broken heart; Your feet are beautiful

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