Learning to Judge Others Favorably


Judge others as you would have them judge you.  The least you would want is to be treated with honesty and objectivity.  Beyond that, you surely would want to see compassion in the eyes of another person looking your way, because you know that your heart means well even if your hands and tongue stumble. The core practice in learning to judge others as you would be judged is to seek out a positive reason that explains why someone is doing something that seems so patently wrong. ~ Alan Morinis

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