Don’t Judge. Refuse To Be Judged.

Don’t Judge. Refuse To Be Judged.

A photo of a gavel with the words, "I Refuse!" overlaid.

And part of refusing to be judged is knowing you are not judging.

Hmmm. That sounds awkward, but what I’m trying to say is that if you are silently judging everyone else, then you will feel, deep inside, that it’s OK to judge, and you’ll accept their judgment of you more readily.

So, don’t judge.

Or, at least be aware of your judging, and really pay attention to what you judge and why.

Because what you judge will affect what you are willing to be judged on, yourself.

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