January 30, 2015
People over value themselves into a state of self importance where they develop a ‘condition’ that is habitual in making assumptions of others that defies compassion and common sense. An ‘itis’ is an ‘inflammation’, in this case, an inflammation of the mind to not make discerning analysis of condemnations, mostly being inflammatory, unconscious manifestations that have little or no common sense proof. In other words, negative judging often becomes a bad habit that really reflects poor judgment.
Often ‘judging’ is used unconsciously as an example of poor individual, uncorrected breeding. In a sense, it becomes a ‘technique’ to raise the perpetrator higher in their minds over others. To be aware and discerning of what one regards another in a negative light is to take into account another’s conditioning or meaning that is behind what they say or do and come to the most sensitive, compassionate analysis.
Consider someone you love. Make assertions about them that are inconsistent with what is the reality except in your mind, and usually in theirs, it won’t take long before the quality of love coming from you, and from the other will deteriorate to a lesser interaction. Love likes to be reinforced with more love, and not mislead into a quagmire of hurtful diatribes that serve nothing but adding holes where love leaks out to weaken and drain the hearts capacity for holding love. In other words, love doesn’t ‘judge’!
Your way is not always the way that works for another that you attempt a communication with. No matter whether ones lot in life is rich, poor, bright or mentally challenged, people have feelings especially when they hear words that don’t have any relationship to their perception of themselves which may be very true, it can be very uncomfortable. No one is authorized to play ‘god’ and make judgments. We are all one in spirit, even if we seem very different in a multitude of ways. Some part of you is always in the other, and the empathy to honor that is compassion, and just the spiritual thing to remember.
One rule for a good business person that I learned on Wall St. was, if you have nothing to say about someone that isn’t complimentary, never show or say otherwise. Whether the person in the mailroom, a messenger, or the one making millions a year, the protocol of etiquette is always to treat everyone as you would want to be treated, or as best you can treat them. To spread love, make sure you let go of everything that impedes you loving yourself. Any god would love you more for that, or at least trying!