Extreme believing for me is ignorance, no matter what side of the fence you're on. If I can't empathize (even a little) with what you believe, I don't understand enough.
When we judge others, we're no better, except at identifying their broken pieces and making ourselves feel better about our own.
If you must make mistakes to learn and you have come to a point where you can appreciate these lessons, perhaps you can see the value of others mishaps and blunders through a new light and even appreciation.
is getting irritated with someone for something they did, judging them?
don't hold onto the false details so much that it keeps you from the truth of the story. to deny it all because some of it is wrong is just as ignorant as conforming blindly that it is all fact.
if there were complete understanding, if you had walked in their shoes all their life, every moment, every memory, there would be no anger and no resentments, there would be only empathy.
I must find humility to receive the gifts of the spirit in their full.
I’ve learned more by being wrong than rigorously trying to be right.
The universe is offering a key, if I want to learn how to unlock the cage I have to pick up the key and try something different.
If you're still judging, you haven't yet been broken enough.