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The world would be a happier, more peaceful place if we all tried to understand instead of judging, paused before reacting, and gave each other the benefit of the doubt instead of assuming the worst.

A lot of problems in the world would disappear if we talked to each other instead of about each other.

When I loved myself enough, I began leaving whatever wasn’t healthy. This meant people, jobs, my own beliefs and habits—anything that kept me small. My judgment called it disloyal. Now I see it as self-loving.

Be a witness, not a judge. Focus on yourself, not on others. Listen to your heart, not to the crowd.

We can judge others or we can love others, but we can’t do both at the same time.

How people treat other people is a direct reflection of how they feel about themselves.

When we judge or criticize another person, it says nothing about that person; it merely says something about our own need to be critical.

The harder you fight to hold on to specific assumptions, the more likely there’s gold in letting go of them.

Life is too short to waste time waiting for other people’s approval on how you live it.

What you think of yourself is much more important than what other people think of you.

Your value doesn’t decrease based on someone’s inability to see your worth.

Live your life for you not for anyone else. Don’t let the fear of being judged, rejected or disliked stop you from being yourself.

Love is the absence of judgment.

Taking responsibility for your beliefs and judgments gives you the power to change them.

If you do not tell the truth about yourself you cannot tell it about other people.

Do not judge by appearances; a rich heart may be under a poor coat.

Judgments prevent us from seeing the good that lies beyond appearances.

When you judge another, you do not define them. You define yourself.

No one can make you feel inferior without your consent.

Always be mindful of the kindness and not the faults of others.

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