Knowledge is power. The more you know the less you judge.
The seeker knows this already. The seeker is a person that devotes his time and efforts to not judging by face value alone, instead they seek to look at life through a different lens.
"First impression is a last impression"
"Don't judge a book by it's cover"
I don't know who's judgmental grandfather came up with the first one, but we are surrounded by contradictions. In 'Thee Colony' it's pivotal we look at life from another scope instead of a predetermined one.
Most of the time we judge first and understand later, or worse, never. Is judgement really that much easier than seeking truth? How long are we going to take what is given to us as face value? When are we going to become seekers of truth, your truth and make a decision to be prudent in your search for what the eyes will fail to interpret.