Don’t Judge

By Alma Namene Amunyela |

Dear fellow ladies, it’s the habit of fools to always be a judge over others.

When you judge another, you do not define them, but you define yourself – as to who you are or what type of person are you.

So stop judging, because you don’t know the situation of another; the other might be working at the same work or position as you and earning same salary, but you might have less responsibilities and she might have more responsibilities than you even though you’re getting the same salary, which is why she is not dressing up or not having the latest handbags and stuff.

Let us stop it, because you don’t know what she is going through. She might be the only breadwinner at their house or family; you never know, and don’t expect people to explain their problems or situations to you, so just stop judging.

Before you make judgments about others make sure your hands are clean.

Be curious, but not judgmental. Everything we judge in others is actually something within ourselves which we don’t want to face. Remember if you don’t have love and peace of mind then only then can you judge others. If you have peace with yourself you won’t have time to judge others.

Let us love one another and let us learn to have love within ourselves, because if we learn to love ourselves we also learn to mind our business and to love another instead of mocking and judging another.

It’s easy to sit around and judge other people. The hard part is looking in the mirror and judging yourself.

My fellow girls my point of view is that let us stop judging others. Never judge by appearances. It says love is the absence of judgement. Let us stop judging how far people still have to go. Start celebrating how far they’ve come and if you want to judge just judge yourself but not others.

We are very good lawyers for our own mistakes, but very good judges for the mistakes of others. Just be careful how you judge. Stop judging because you never know one day you might walk in someone’s shoes.