The judgement

The judgement of others is more often a reflection of ourselves, of things that we are not willing to change or face.

It defines us not the person who we judge.

What if the energy that we expend on scrutinising others was channelled to assessing our own behaviour?

What if we focused only on the one thing we can control, ourselves?

Maybe then we could practice non-judgemental and unconditional love of our fellow citizens.

We need to live our own lives, citizens.

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