If I stop judging, then what?
For some of you, this question may sound silly; while for others, it’s a serious one. So what does happen when you stop judging people, behaviors, situations, opinions, positions, choices?
The short answer is you become free — free of having to analyze and assess, free of feeling responsible for knowing better, free of having to be right, free of needing to watch and observe everyone and everything, free to enjoy life, free to just be.
The long answer is that when you stop judging externally, you learn to soften and also stop judging yourself, internally. You feel better. You begin to love yourself. You learn about acceptance and tolerance and patience. You are happier because you are no longer annoyed by so many people and situations. You feel lighter and freer.
(Pretty cool how the long and the short answers were about the same length, huh?)
Try it…find out for yourself what it feels like to release the need to judge. You’ll be amazed at the change in your life.