Don’t judge me. Don’t judge me for my mistakes. I don’t understand why do people waste their time judging me. I know I’m not perfect, and I don’t live to be, but before you start pointing fingers at me, make sure your hands are clean and clear.” No one is perfect. Ask a simple question to yourself. Will judging others help you? If not, then why waste time judging others.

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1. Don’t judge me:

Don’t judge me. It’s super easy to judge the mistakes of others. But it’s difficult is to recognize our own mistakes. Just keep working on yourself and no comparison to others. There are people in front of us and there are people behind us. Stop judging. Instead, try to understand.

2. Judgment Reveals our Character:

Judgment comes from our own thinking minds. It reveals our character so do not judge rather an take action. Who you are is what you are. But no matter who you are, no matter what you did, no matter where you’ve come from, you can always change and become a better version of yourself and that, right there should be your focus.

3. Your Judgments:

You make a lot of good judgments in your life, you are considered wise. Sometimes you get angry because you feel someone judged you. You just judged them about judging you. The next time you say, even to yourself, I like that person. You judged them. Don’t like them. You judged them. When you think they are smart. You judged them.

4. Be your own judge:

Be your own judge, to see how good you are performing, be proactive, be productive. Focus on improving yourself. Your time is better utilized doing that, rather than giving in to feelings of jealousy. When you’re improving yourself, there’s no time to judge anyone. Focus on your personal improvement always.

There is no rush no competition with the entire set of people. You are doing better, and you will be doing best if you are working hard. Comparison to others is your insult. So better compare yourself today with the previous version of yourself in the past. We are always learning, and sometimes we forget who we are. We should always take the time to step back and make sure we are good people non-judgmental, helpful and nice.

5. Upgrade your identity:

Strive hard to upgrade your identity. This would keep you stay busy and focused on your progress. People judge your worth by the words, you speak, the action you perform, and the message you share. Hence, be your own judge and don’t judge anyone.

6. Personal development:

Personal development is a continuous journey. Once you accept that personal development is a continuous journey, and you commit to that journey, you realize that each day you will become a little clearer about what you want? As you become clearer about what you want, you start to see how achieving your goal will improve your life.

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There is a stronger possibility of committing mistakes. Wise people don’t do so. Believe in yourself. Help Others if you can. Your name itself is a Brand, spread it by connecting people. Our job should be to lift the poor’s and comfort the broken ones, which will end up improving ourselves. We should always try to improve ourselves, our lives, and to keep going forward. Life is too short to spend your time doing nothing. Please don’t do so.

So, Don’t Judge me! Don’t judge others! Be your own Judge:

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68 Responses

  1. naaiba says:

    So true! I was always afraid of the judgement from others but i have come to the realizatiom that i want to be my own judge and do not have to prove anything to others. This has helped me at being more active and confident:)

    • Rising Star says:

      That’s really awesome naaiba, if you want to fulfill others judgments then your life is too short to make them happy. Ww should always be our own judges. Thank you so kind naaiba for all your time and honorable response to my blog. I really appreciate your response and it really means a lot to me.

  2. Tina says:

    You’re right. Nobody has the right to judge others. Only God can truly judge correctly. Unfortunately it’s human nature, so we need to be reminded not to do it. Thanks for sharing.

    • Rising Star says:

      You are right Tina, Human nature is so that it makes us busy in judging others but we should have to regret it. Yes we should only have to judge others in positive sense to take advantage of the behavior and motivation.

  3. Rising Star says:

    Thank you so kind for your time and honorable response. It means a lot to me

  4. Hilary Tan says:

    Humans will naturally judge. You, I, everyone will judge if we are not aware that we are doing it. I think that it’s great you brought this issue to people’s attention, especially to those who may not be fully conscious or aware that they’re judgmental.

  5. oathka says:

    This is nice. I will take the article and read as my English practicing and share on my Youtube channel. I hope you do not mind. Thank you 😘

  6. Very wise advice! Jonathan Livingston Seagull lives! A seagull still trying to learn about life and flight, and about self-perfection.

  7. Rising Star, you wrote: “Let People decide what you are! Rising Star is a writer, motivational Speaker and an inspirational Blogger. Master’s Degree in Computer Science WordPress Website Developer Search Engine Optimizer (SEO)”. So, do you want the people to ‘judge’ you or not. I will personally apologize to you if someone was mean in their comments to you, but you did ask for people to decide about your credentials as a blogger and motivational speaker.

    • Rising Star says:

      Thanks dear for your so much interest and involvement in my post. I really appreciate your response and your way of judgment. Actually I wrote this to encourage people in the that they should not waste their time in judging people in a negative way and in the way, to point out their mistakes. This’ll spoil their time along with their talent. We should judge people in the positive way to take some motivation and knowledge to increase confidence. I’m sorry if there’s anything wrong in my response and once again thanks for your valued feedback and time to my blog. It really means a lot to me.

      • Hi again, Rising Star. Make no mistake, you are definitely encouraging people. Your number of ‘followers’ is proof. I’m older than you and could be your great grandmother and my ‘take’ on negative information is that over the years it has made me a much better person. I’ve learned to say ‘I’m sorry’, ‘thank you’, ‘God bless you’ ‘I love you’ and ‘peace’. Therefore, I’m OK and I hope you are also. Keep the faith.

      • Rising Star says:

        Wow, thank you so much sweeeet grandma for your so kind and inspirational words. Your response is very much honorable to me. You have hired me for your love and blessings. You are a great lady with a lot of experience and knowledge. I have tfrom my seniors to help and respect the elderly people every time because they are the real beauty of the world with a lot of experience and glory. I really appreciate kind words like you mentioned….

  8. Rising Star says:

    You are right dear, these are written for judgment and I would like to say that these judgment are useful. There could be many mistakes in me and my blog. But there could also be some good things to judge in my profile. If someone wasted their time in pointing out my mistakes then it will be wastage of time for them, but if someone judged me in the sense of positivity then it will be a better judgment for them. Thank you very kind dear for your worthy response with example. I really loved and appreciate your response.

  9. Jane Lurie says:

    Excellent points. Artists, as an example, hamper their creativity by comparing themselves to others.

  10. Rising Star says:

    God bless you and give you a happy future

  11. I couldn’t agree more with you about judging. Allow me the grace to bring another perspective to this arena. When someone judges another, he or she does so from ego showing how in in actuality, that person has little respect or confidence in themselves. I remember someone telling me when you judge or point a finger at another, you have 4 more fingers pointing back to you. What one is judging is what is within the one who judges but who does not want to acknowledge. When we know or understand what is truly in motion “behind the scenes” life becomes fascinating to witness. Not only that, life is the dance and we are the dancer. (smile) We create our world. Heaven or hell …. it’s all in our choices.

    • Rising Star says:

      Thanks great lady for your kind words. I really appreciate your Way of judgment. But I would like to say that you judged the article in your own way and you are right for the good reason. The main reason I mentioned not to judge other is the negative things in others. We should definitely judge people in a positive way that we could get something good and attractive in others personality. We can improve our imagination power by judging in the positive rather than negative. We should not judge people for the mistakes so that we will not be able to criticize them. But you are senior to me and I really appreciate your support and worthy response.

      • My intention was not to judge and I apologize if that is how it came across. I was just adding to your already great thoughts about judging. There are times when we don’t even know we are judging … it takes a very awake mind to catch the thoughts. I do honestly applaud you for this post. A better world it shall be when all of us know better not to judge another. As I’m fond of saying …. “No one knows what someone’s life is like unless that person walks in that person’s shoes.”

      • Rising Star says:

        Wow, you are right mam and I really appreciate your response. At first I was miss-understand your point and I also apologize if I have disappointed you some how. You are right mam that we can’t understand someone’s life and thoughts so quickly unless… As you said. Thank you so kind ma’am, and lot of love from my side.

      • Please call me Amy. Everyone does. Unfortunately with the written word especially if your first language is not English, it is easy to misunderstand. No worries. I get it. Why should I be disappointed in you? That’s silly. Really. Much love to you as well. Keep learning …. you are on such a good path!!

      • Rising Star says:

        Thank you very kind Amy, best wishes for you and your family

      • The very same to you and your family too. Bless you! xo

  12. Kamran says:

    Love this post 👏

  13. Rising Star says:

    Thank you very much Kamran

  14. I agree with the first quote! It’s Bob Marley! Even when you liked someone, you judged them. That’s right, this world is filled with judgements. Some are good and some are bad 💯

    • Rising Star says:

      Absolutely right dear, but I think we should judging people for the good reason to get some knowledge and inspirations rather than negative aa it will shrink our minds and fill out negativity in our brains.

  15. aruna3 says:

    Really.we should judge ourselves because in age of adult,we have matured and able to take decision about our lives,careers and can choose the right path to go ahead.nice article,dear.🌹🌹🌹🌹🌹

  16. So agree. I dislike judgement.

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