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Let’s face it we have all judged or have been judged. We have judged and misjudged, moved on or regretted our harsh preconceptions. Lately, there seems to be so much judging; people acting on “thoughts” “fears” or “power.” People have been murdered, bullied, or have created their own escape. Judgment.
Do we ask questions anymore? Do we know our neighbors? Are we asking to be judged?
Could you imagine how things would be if we didn’t act on our preconceived notions: if we could turn back the hands of time and instead smile, ask questions, take back hurtful words, put that bullet back in the gun…
Could you imagine if we didn’t see black and white but only saw love and smiles? Judgment, keeps us from doing that, sometimes.
Judgement doesn’t give us time to say, “It’ll all be okay, let me help you with that” instead it muddies our inner sweet and says “Damn, she should have more control of her kids. Her hands are seriously full.”
Judgement speaks ugliness. It says clinch your purse, quick lock the car, and that girl in the red dress is such a whore. It whispers in your ear don’t make eye contact, don’t show your human side.
I know I’m guilty. My hands are dirty with judge. We’re human. We judge. (Judgement can be good when it’s not being bad). It is what we do with our thoughts that separates us from the others. The extreme judgers who take things into their own hands. The ones who have no problem stealing the life (figuratively or literally) from another man or woman.
Extreme judgers of the world, I’d like to introduce you to my friend, Empathy.
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