I wrote a post on one of my other blogs yesterday about practicing non-judgement. You can read it at http://the-science-of-getting-rich-blog.com/2008/10/08/the-practice-of-non-judgement-and-the-science-of-getting-rich/ .
I got few personal responses from people asking me about judging people who have killed others or those who have molested children.
As I found those questions very interesting, I still had to go back to my original thoughts about using non-judgement. But then I thought what if it happens to one of my children? It is very easy to do when it is not as close to home to practice non-judgement.
To be honest with you, I don’t know how I would react if this stuff happened to those who are close to me, but I do know that even if I judge another over petty injustices, my life doesn’t feel all that good.
Keeping in mind that everything that I put out comes back to me in one form or another, I try to keep my thoughts and actions as upbeat as possible. Even when something has happened that other may find offensive.
I try to keep my reaction to these situations, positive. Knowing that what I put out into the world must come back to me in some form of the same kind.
I know when I react negatively the same is also true.
The other thing that goes along with this, is what we expose ourselves too. If we are constantly watching the news or listening to it on the radio, we are being bombarded with all the worst news we can get everyday. This puts us in that judging state of mind and then we take that out into the world and the cycle continues.
I would like to know your thoughts on this subject.
As Always, Here’s to Your LifetoSuccess,
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