Joshua Angell || Eight Things To Start Doing (via black-cigar)
This is brilliance.
If you judge me, you have no time to love me. If I’m doing something incorrectly, let me know. Don’t talk to Jack, Jill and Sue about my mishaps or shortcomings. This disempowers me. Reach out, show me the way, provide guidance and suggestions—THIS empowers me. If I’m doing something incorrectly, doesn’t it indicate that in that moment, in that space, that’s the best decision I could make given my current level of consciousness?
Aren’t we all evolving beings doing the best we can under our current level of consciousness? Judgment prevents you from seeing others as your equal. I just have one statement and I’m done. When you judge others, you secretly demonstrate to yourself that because of your own mishaps, shortcomings and flaws you too are unlovable and not enough.
So again, I repeat, if I’m doing something incorrectly reach out, show me the way, provide guidance and suggestions. How you treat others will always be more about YOU than it will ever be about them. The next time you feel compelled to judge, remember, this person is your equal. They hurt, like you do. They bleed, like you do. They are evolving, like you are. Empower your fellow brother or sister."