“Before you judge another, walk a mile in their moccasins.”
At best, judging is a potentially harmful practice, at worst it offers no benefit, to either the judge or the one being judged.
The only people who should judge are Judges.
It has been my experience that judging others is easier for me than loving others; accepting them at face value and seeking to console, comfort, and encourage them. It appears that it is innate in me to see a difference in others and then pass judgment, labeling them too quickly instead of quitting that alien practice. My only hope for a remedy in my life is that I recognize the vile thought when it appears in my mind then change my attitude immediately. I’m grateful I am becoming stronger at removing it from me each day.
If you feel this article has value, please send this link to others. Writings are meant for people, not for dormant files in our computers. Often, when we share them, it results in positive changes in the lives of individuals and communities.
All rights reserved sirpeterjamesdotcom©2020-01-20
If you are spiritually inclined see my other site; www.adcrucemchristi.com
Please feel free to send in questions (see ‘Contact’) and comments (hit the ‘Comments’ Button.)