Why do you think you can judge me without actually knowing me? – this question jumps to my mind ever since I am a conscious human being.
Never understand, why some people feel so confidently shameless to judge.
Simply: to judge!
No questions, no hesitation, no deeper understanding .
Just judge, judge and then judge a bit more.
Judge the way you look, then judge the way you talk, then judge the way you think, then judge the way you interact with others, then judge even the way you give birth.
(yes, this is pure fact: some people judge you if you could not deliver your baby on the “normal way”; not considering if it hurts the other or not – pathetic, isn’t it? – yes, but we just have to move on…)
But then again; maybe rather HOW?
How people think they obtain any kind of (tiny little) authority (at all) to judge OVER you?
Strangers. Complete strangers, with whom you talked once or twice in your life. They just simply self-declare a power to attack you, to judge you, and when they are out of judgments, then to lie about you.
It used to hurt.
As we grow older, it does not hurt that much anymore.
As we grow even older, we start to feel a sort of mental negligence towards these judgments.
As we grow older even further, we start feeling thankful towards these people….
Why do I write this today?
Because some strangers went beyond any unwritten norms and morals recently.
And since I do not get the platform to tell them in person, nor have I any similar tools in my hands as they have; I am here to thank them all the things they have given me … by judging me:
- Thank you for giving me clarity.
- Thank you for leading me towards a stronger inner peace.
- Thank you for helping me to grow up.
- Thank you for helping me to loose my naivety.
- Thank you for sharpening and making me more confident with my values.
- Thank you for making me more patience.
- Thank you for inspiring me to understand humans better.
- Thank you for helping me to find new doors in life.
- Thank you for giving me the ability to see what really matters in life and what does not.
- Thank you for giving me the ability to see who really matters in life who does not.
- Thank you for helping me to understand myself more.
- Thank you for judging me because by your judgment I clearly see what you think of yourself.
- Thank you for showing me your weak points.
- Thank you for strengthening my weak points.
- Thank you for building me further.
- Thank you for showing me how empty your life is: since you are occupied with judging me…
- Thank you for motivating me to go further.
- and as last: Thank you for teaching me and making me a better person … by judging me….