judge

A Quote by Plato on plato, karma, and judge

I have this tattooed on my left side! I love the saying and it's a perfect description of Karma, don't judge/discriminate and don't do to someone what you wouldn't want done to you.

Plato (c.427 - 347 BC)

Contributed by: Ginelle

A Quote by Mr. on judgmental, judge, judging, mistakes, judgement, and mr prophet

 

I am not a judgmental person. I have made mistakes in my life, so how can I judge others who have also made mistakes?

Mr. Prophet

Source: Mr. Prophet

Contributed by: Mr.

A Quote by Albulena on judge

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" If you always protect from the others, they will always judge you"

Albulena Xhaferi

Contributed by: Albulena

A Quote by Mr. on humans, judge, judgement, and gods law

A good many  humans, judge others not based on God's Law but based on the perception of God's Laws that we have been raised to believe or through study or experience have come to believe.

Mr. Prophet

Source: Book: "The Path"

Contributed by: Mr.

A Quote by Marvin Gaye on judge, understanding, and hair

Who are they to judge us, simply because our hair is long?

Marvin Gaye

Source: "Whats goin' on"

Contributed by: Erin

A Quote by Rasa on secret, judge, creative conflicts, and knowing

It is by only knowing what I myself know that I judge myself, and the world I live in. Creative conflicts are peaceable ones. Egotistical conflicts are destructive ones.

Rasa

Source: Testament of Will, Green 44

Contributed by: Rasa

A Quote by ESK on judgement, judge, and understanding

Be careful to judge without first understanding.

Eric

Source: Myself

Contributed by: ESK

A Quote by White Rose on judge and action

Don't judge me for what I did, judge me for what I can do.

Rev. Solomon N. Seagal

Contributed by: ~princess~

A Quote by Wayne Muller on judge, healing, and criticize

The greatest barrier to own own healing is not the pain, sorrow or violence inflicted upon us as children.  Our greatest hindrance is our ongoing capacity to judge, to criticize, and to bring tremendous harm to ourselves.  If we can harden our heart against ourselves and meet our most tender feelings with anger and condemnation, we simultaneously armor our heart against the possibility of gentleness, love and healing.

Wayne Muller

Contributed by: Mary

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