“Everything that irritates us about others can lead us to an understanding of ourselves.”
– Carl Gustav Jung
“We become what we think about, like it or not.
If we think in terms of judgment and criticism and competitiveness,
we’re going to attract more of the same into our lives.
We can talk about positivity until the cows come home.
But if we have constant thoughts of negativity,
we will only find more negativity showing up in our lives.”
-Serena J. Dyer
“Judge not, that you be not judged.
For with what judgment you pronounce you will be judged &
with the measure you use it will be measured back to you”
– Matthew 7: 1– 2
“Time will change and even reverse many of your present opinions.
Refrain, therefore, awhile from setting yourself up as judge of the highest matters.”
“If we make a conscious choice to stop condemning and judging our peers
& we slowly practice it until it becomes second nature,
we will find that the judgment we receive has lessened as well.
Or we just won’t care about it anymore.
Either way, it sounds nice to me!
– Serena J. Dyer,
‘Don’t Die with Your Music Still in You’
“We evaluate others with a Godlike justice,
but we want them to evaluate us with a Godlike compassion.”
– Sydney J. Harris
“If someone comes at you in a judgmental way
& you judge them for it,
you just doubled the amount of judgment
in the space you’re both in.”
– Wayne W. Dyer