Thursday, September 25, 2014

Judging Another's Experience

When you judge someone else's experience, you judge it out of fear. How can you understand that experience for that person? Did you experience the same? It is difficult enough for the person having the experience to see a higher perspective, all of the purposes and long reaching entanglements for what happened to them. You certainly cannot know. You see only a small sliver and you view that person and their experience through your own colored glasses --- your experiences, your judgments and preconceived notions which have colored how you see things. When you take away the judgement, what remains?

Lawrence Doochin

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