When we learn about not judging others, it feels uncomfortable because we’ve been told time and time again that we’re not supposed to judge. But learning about the “right” kind of judgment feels uncomfortable for the same reason. It feels unloving. But here is the truth: not helping someone with a situation that you know will lead to an experience of pain isn’t love, it is indifference. Indifference says, “I don’t care if it hurts you because it isn’t me.” That’s not friendship or love. That’s not even hate. That’s literally not caring at all about our brothers and sisters. If you want to love people, you’re going to have to learn how to judge and how to help.
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