Who am I to judge?

Who am I to judge?
A phrase is a group of words commonly used together (e.g once upon a time).
phrase
1. (general)
a. Yo no soy nadie para juzgar.
Lester has decided to quit his job, sell everything, and travel the world. It seems to be a risky decision, but who am I to judge?Lester decidió dejar su trabajo, vender todo y recorrer el mundo. Parece una decisión osada, pero yo no soy nadie para juzgar.
b. Yo no soy quién para juzgar.
Angie has decided to get back with her husband after being separated for three years. - That's their business. Who am I to judge?Angie decidió volver con su marido después de estar separada tres años. - Es asunto de ellos. Yo no soy quién para juzgar.
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