We are all Victims of Judgments

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” A Widow in that town used to come to him and say, ” Render a just decision for me against my adversary.”

 

*** LK 18:3

 

We throughout this Society are all Victims of these just decisions/judgments, as we pass judgments on each other and even without knowing truly of the facts of our judgments. We get so caught up within all the technology around us, that we then lose the biggest part of who we are and that is, the Personal touch of face to face interactions. In order to react to each other with our true feelings and our caring nature that is within us, we have to first come out from behind the technology, learn the true trait of face to face interaction, so we then can learn to trust each other once again and as we get our trust of each other back, we then can render a true judgment of each other, as we walk our paths through this journey of life, within the peace and happiness that this journey is suppose to be all about.

In a lot of ways technology has made our lives easier, but with this easy part of the technology, we have also become so lazy, that none of us are willing to put in the work needed, in order to walk through this journey with confidence and we also have become afraid to interact with each other face to face. When we don’t interact properly, we then put false judgments on each other, which not only hurts the ones we are judging, it also hurts ourselves and our Society as a whole.

A Judgment is not the final ruling on who we are, or who we have become as we walk through this journey, but yet we take these judgments to seriously, as we don’t know where the true judgments are anymore. We have become a culture of judging as we judge everything and anything, as we walk our paths through this journey. When we judge everything around us, we then lose the biggest part of ourselves and that is, our true Empathy that is within us all. Without this Empathy we then lose the feeling of God’s love within our hearts and find it very difficult to follow in the footsteps of his only son……. Jesus Christ.

We are so removed from the journey of Jesus Christ and so far into all the technology around us, we are all guilty of losing the biggest part of who we are, as well as losing the feeling of Empathy deep within our core. Yes this technology can help us move forward stronger and better, but we first have to understand it and use it properly, without losing the true face to face interactions, which helps us keep in touch with our true feelings of empathy and helps us trust in each other. As we then put false judgment on each other. These false judgments are doing nothing but bring this hatred and chaos to all our paths and are forcing us to move backward instead of forward. Quite simply…… Let’s get back to the journey of Jesus Christ, remember all that he taught us, while he shared the true love of God with all that is around him ( as he still lives within all of us), Then as we walk our paths through this journey of life, we can also share the same love with each other, so we all can move forward better and stronger, while we live peacefully and in happiness everyday of this journey.

 

” This picture of Franconia Notch in New Hampshire with the calm water, shows the beauty of true peace which keeps us all focused on truly being of who we are”

” Technology was designed to help us move forward better and stronger, not bring out the drama and the hate as we hide behind it with no face to face interaction”

” Face to face interactions keeps us in tune with each other, so we can never lose touch with our Empathy and share the love of God within our hearts, with each other”

 

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