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Don't Judge, Instead Understand ❤️

It's easy to judge🤷

It's very easy!

It's more difficult to understand🙌

Understanding requires compassion, patience, & willingness to believe,

That good hearts sometimes choose poor ways🙌 & that's absolutely okay!

No one truly knows what they will do in a certain situation until they are actually in it!

But our brains are wired in a way that they always attempt to make sense of why people do the things they do

It’s very easy to judge someone else’s actions by what you assume your own would be, if you were in their shoes 👟

But it's a fact ,We only know what we THINK we would do, not what we WOULD do🙌

Through judging, we separate🥺

Through understanding, we grow❤️

Everyone has their share of sorrows and griefs.Stop judging, instead try to understand💫

Difficult as it often is to grasp someone else's pain, it is easy to judge another's behavior, Judging others makes us blind, whereas love is illuminating🙌❤️

Being judgmental also robs us of the opportunity to strengthen our empathy muscle😍

Don't you think so?

Every day, we have an opportunity to be a light in the world✨

To raise the vibrational energy around us💫

 &

To be an agent of conciliation and healing🥰

Let’s don’t waste those opportunities by making snap judgments about others that keep them, and us, stuck in the dark💫

The world needs our light🌟

Go.Be the Light❤️


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