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How many times do you find yourself judging another person? For example you see someone extremely overweight and you judge that person as having no willpower. How do you know what that person has gone through and what extreme willpower they truly have? They may have obstacles in their life that you cannot even imagine and yet you are ready to condemn them. So not only have you become a judge you are also the jury sentencing this person as useless. Why do you think all of the great masters have taught not to be judgmental? Maybe they knew something that you do not.

Look at a teaching by Jesus in which he states, “Do not judge, or you too will be judged. For in the same way you judge others, you will be judged, and with the measure you use, it will be measured to you.” Think about that for a moment. You are going to be judged equally for every judgment you dish out. This is a spiritual request and you can either follow it or ignore it. The choice is up to you. Just remember eventually all of your judgments will come back to you. This is another version of the law of Karma.

I have been judged many times in my life by others who do not know me, and yet they are ready to pass judgment on my person, thoughts, and spiritual beliefs. One of the lessons I have learned is that the good you do today, people will often forget tomorrow.

The teaching of loving others including your enemies comes into play here. You need to change your way of thinking and start making a different set of rules for yourself. To change your Karma Pray for those you do not love or even like, and especially your enemies, because your prayers are going to bless you as well as them.

We are all different peoples, and we are not perfect. This is why we need help from the Divine Spirit because we are not perfect and we will make mistakes. The Divine Spirit loves us even in our most terrible actions. Now if we can just emulate that think of how much the world would change for the better. Let go of judgment and stop being a jury.

Comments on: "Are You a Judge and the Jury? By Cherokee Billie" (4)

  1. Tarryn said:

    This is very true Cherokee, nobody is perfect so we need to stop judging.

    Thank you.

  2. I am guilty of judging others. I try not to but there are times when I just can’t seem to control myself. I don’t judge others for their weight. I grew up with various family members who were overweight. Some because of medical conditions others because of food allergies. One because of medication she had to take. I try and Pray for the others and ask forgiveness for my bad attitude.

    • Don’t beat yourself up. Observe your thoughts and realize when you are making that judgment. That will help you start to change. Many blessings, Cherokee Billie

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