Whether we admit it or not, we as a society in a whole, tend to judge others who may seem different or less acceptable in the manners demonstrated or expressed by ourselves. In other words, when you don’t live up to society’s expectations, you will be judged not based on heart or humility but by the harshness of perception and not knowing what is in your heart. This is so wrong.
This seems to be a foolish approach but it happens every day in our world. We tend to extract what we like and condemn or dislike what we disagree with in either a political or personal sense. Not once do we bother to ask them what is in their hearts. Thus we refuse to tread lightly and push our sentimental judgment one way or another based on biased thoughts and personal morality codes that are flawed at best for no man is perfect.
Do we really care what others think of us? Apparently many do as they are hurt or even offended by societal words, thoughts or deeds. Rarely do we condemn ourselves first before we cast the first stone. Rarely do we take into consideration our own flaws and cast the evil spell their way for committing such immoral deeds or words. Judging others requires judging ourselves first and instill those values that are in good spirits rather than in harshness and less than wholesome in content or acts.
This makes us accountable to ourselves first and without this self-assessment whatever society may throw the other way is inexcusable in nature and spirit. It is not society’s role to cast stones and judge others. That was left up to God and only God will deal with such immorality or wickedness in His own ways.
So stay away from judging others. Keep your heart true to yourself and treasure the moments of creating and feeling the goodness inside of you. This will commit you to do no harm to others merely on the spirit within you and help you bring harmony and compassion around you. You will be blessed and receive revelations of the good things in life rather than the negative and ugly wrath such condemnation brings into your heart or mind.
Reaching out for goodness will bring you blessings. Reaching out for compassion will bring you treasures and reaching out for understanding will bring you less suffering around you and your family. Work within your own salvation. Work according to your beliefs and good deeds. Do not fear to be different when you follow your moral compass and remember that that whatever you do unto others should be what you want done to you.