Judging others is the easiest thing to do in the world. It takes very little thought, and almost no courage.
I’m not here to teach against being judgmental. There are many others, including one whose sandals I am unfit to tie, who have already taught us that. What I’m encouraging us to do is question why we’re so prone to judging some people for some things, and not other people for other things. For instance, why do we judge some “sins” as worse than others? Why do we judge one bad attitude as worse than other bad attitudes?
Next time you judge another, try to pause and get curious about why. You might just find that the thing you judge is the one thing about yourself you fear the most.
Peace begins with pause,