“If you judge someone, you have no time to love them.”
Mother Theresa said that and she was right. When we judge we are at
least partially seeing our own faults in others. Because we recognise
them in our selves and dislike them we feel the need to dislike it in
others. If only we could forgive our own failings we could forgive
them in others. After all none of us are perfect. Jesus said ‘Let he
who has no sin caste the first stone.’ Coming to the same point.
So the next time you find yourself criticizing someone take a moment
to consider if you yourself have acted or thought in a similar way in
the past. If you have ask yourself how you would have liked people to
think of you. We have all made mistakes and we’ll all make more –
let’s not condemn each other for them. Show some empathy, some
understanding and leave the judge in the courtroom where they belong.
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