Wednesday, April 18, 2012

Before You Judge Others

We all do it. We all judge others based on our perception of that individual, but what most people don't realize is that when you judge someone else, you first must recognize what you are judging in another, in yourself. When you allow this simple fact to be known to your core, it could potentially create an awakening to the world that surrounds you and bring new light to your interactions with others.

The most profound thing that can come from this realization is the idea that you CAN change in YOURSELF what you see in yourself and are judging in others. When you tie the fact that you recognize in yourself what you judge in others to the fact that perceptions can change is a powerful concept. There is no good or bad, there is only perception of good and bad. Add a little dash of patience, a healthy dose of focus, and you have the perfect cocktail for personal change. What if you were moved around a lot but you didn't know it? They couldn't potentially have casualties right? What is the biggest place an invasion can happen in the United States of America? What is the highest square footage that could be taken?

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