Every day we find judgment — from our peers, our family, co-workers and even strangers. Either we are the ones judging or they are the ones judging us.
Why is that? I need to ask, what gives us the right and the urge to judge one another. It’s one of the Ten Commandments. “Thou shall not judge.” It is also encouraged and implemented to control organizational behaviour through our corporate worlds. It seems to leave a negative impact on people.
Yet we still do it, daily.
Judge them! For being outspoken, have a set belief or; look, their skin colour is different than ours. It has been ingrained in each one of us to judge one another for centuries. Engaging in wars and causing grief against one another. Stripping innocent lives away with coercive fire and destruction to gain control. Thousands of years go by and look how far greater we are as a species to have judged. Again, we still do it every day. Fabricating false misconceptions of one another on the basis of a belief or a downfall in one’s life. Learn to love, forgive and be forgiven.
We are these creatures on Earth; inhibiting, overpopulating, polluting and destroying all around us. How have we learned to judge one another? Egos moulded to become drones to what society sets us to believe. Society is a collective group of people; how come they decide what I do is right or wrong? What is right and wrong, black or white, or even heaven and hell? These dark patterns have convoluted our minds against these amazing life energies; we are not black or white. Our lives are like rainbows; bright, colourful, vibrant lights that shine brightly and bring joy to all that can embrace it.
Heaven forbid that words of gossip have ever passed across these lips; wrong, I may have been the first person to be passing judgment. Today, I recognize a negative thought; I reinstate my thought with a positive thought and question, Why?
Why, was I meddling in this person’s life without asking why?
We are these beautiful souls in a human body with many great ideas, talents and passions. Why would we judge one another for the things we cannot do ourselves or may not be passionate about? How are we to judge? To judge one another, when we can’t even begin to judge ourselves. This is the first person we need to reflect on: ourselves.
Imagine a life where we have each other, we support one another with providing each other talents to survive — keyword, survive. To depend on each other and look upon another with great joy and gratitude.
I am here to support you and we as a community support one another.
Being a highly spiritual person, I now strongly believe in the art of love, forgiveness and gratitude. The hardest things to say to anyone are, “I love you,” “I’m sorry” and “I forgive you.” These statements are all things that involve the vibration of divine energy and compassion; it is a relief to one’s soul to purely love, forgive and to be forgiven. It all gives the most amazing feeling, pure and natural love. It is not hard to reach out to one another to embrace all, for their talents and shortcomings, because together we can form oneness and are closer to Enlightenment. Begin to open your arms and receive the help of one another. When we share this sense of compassion, instead of judging, life simply, will be a miraculous place.
I (your name), affirm to encourage pure love and compassion towards everyone and not pass judgment from this day forth.