To Judge Or Not To Judge | Lone Doctrine

April 12, 2016

Who are we to judge? Enough said.


The literal psychology behind judgement is the process in which people form opinions and make decisions. There are pros and cons to most things in life, but we seldom step back to celebrate uniqueness, diversity, individuality but more importantly we sometimes forget that we are, "... more similar than we are different. We are similar in the sense that are innate values come down to love, acceptance, kindness, and treating others as such." 


How are you utilizing your judgment or receiving judgement from others? I truly believe that your quality of words is directly tied to your quality of life, as your actions speak louder than your words.


"Holding on to anger (judgement) is like grasping a hot coal with the intent of throwing it at someone else; you are the one who gets burned." -Buddha


It's time to build written values within our doctrines to include the knowledge needed to have authentic love, acceptance, and kindness throughout all the different aspects of life.  


You'll discover a wealth of knowledge, tools, and outlets towards making TODAY better than YESTERDAY. 








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