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Judgement – What it Says About Us

November 2, 2018

Why do we have the need to judge anyone or anything? What makes our judgement so accurate?

Do we have a total understanding of all the causes and the effects of what has transpired to make a true and fair judgement?

Are we simply choosing to judge someone because we have become too lazy to unearth and understand everything there is to know about the subject in question whether it be a man, an object or anything else?

Why do we have the right to be the Judge of this matter? What qualifications do we have to be a true and fair Judge of the issues at hand?

Surely one would need to be an expert and to have left no stone unturned in seeking out all the facts, and, after that, have no doubts whatsoever, and then we may be in a position to judge.

In Mathew 7:1-2 it says, Judge ye not, that you be judged. For with what judgement ye judge, ye shall be judged; and with what measure ye mete, it shall be measured to you again.

By now we know that you can either judge someone or love them but not both simultaneously. Its a choice you must make in every moment of now -whether to judge or to love someone or something or yourself for that matter.

All judgement says more about you than those you would judge. Your judgements are a mirror you hold up for yourself and within that image you imagine is the other but it is you.

Now you might begin to understand why we are all One because we are all a part of Oneness, as represented by our souls. If we choose to find that part in the other, their soul, we would not judge them, we would only love them from the love based souls that we are.

When we look to judge another we do so from the part of us that is not our soul and that means it is our fear-based ego. Our ego then judges another’s ego. It’s our soul that loves another’s soul.

So judgement is ego based and not the way we can find to become happiness and joy. Only love based soul can do that.

About Neville Berkowitz

Neville was born on 4 July 1952 and has been a successful Global Real Estate Economist; Institutional Investment Adviser; Real Estate Developer and Investor; Author; Publisher; Internet Entrepreneur; meditator; spiritually conscious being; sportsman; and, most importantly, a loving father to his two best friends - his sons, Michael and Jonathan.