Love. Judgement

LOVE. Judgement.


"Where there is Love,


there is hope.


Where there is hope,


there is joy.


Where there is joy,


there is laughter.


Where there is laughter, there is freedom.


Where there is freedom, there is trust.


Where there is trust,


there is Love."


(found in originz giftware shop in Wanaka)



John Lennon, Bob Marley, Nelson Mandela, Martin Luther King, a lot of environmental activists, Mark Twain, The Dalai Lama, Mother Teresa and many more inspiring people. They all talked about the power of Love with the voice of Love. We honour and we love these people for what they have done, because they did everything they do with Love!


All You need is Love (John Lennon)


The common language being spoken is often one of fear .... My medicine is the language of love, which creates a space where all people can sit down together. Our world is literally dying for us to become emissaries of love. (Julia Butterfly Hill)




"You say you love rain, but you use an umbrella to walk under it. You say you love the sun, but you seek shelter when it is shining. You say you love wind, but when it comes you close your windows. So that's why I'm scared when you say you love me (Bob Marley)."



No one is born hating another person because of the colour of his skin or his background or his religion. People learn to hate, and if they can learn to hate, they can be taught to love for love comes more naturally to the human heart than its opposite (Nelson Mandela)



We must discover the power of love, the power, the redemptive power of love. And when we discover that, we will be able to make this old world a new world ... Love is the only way (Martin Luther King, JR.)



Love and truth are faces of the same coin, and both very difficult to practice , and the only things worth living for ....


True love is boundless like the ocean and swelling within one, spreads itself out and, crossing all boundaries and frontiers, envelops the entire world (Mahatma Gandhi)


To love is to accept. It is not a weakness. It is the most extraordinary power... (Jack Kornfield)


Love takes off the masks that we fear we cannot live without and know we cannot live within (James Baldwin)


Love is, above all else, the gift of oneself (Jean Anouih)


Kindness/Love is the language, which deaf deaf can hear and the blind can see. (Mark Twain)


People will forget what you said, what you did, but they will never forget how you made them feel (Maya Angelou)


Love is the absence of judgement (Dalai Lama).


If you judge people, you've no time to love them (Mother Teresa)


Never judge people by their past. You've no idea what they've been through too or why. Neither judge a person for the moment, if you don't know his/her situation.


You don't know a person before you haven't walked at least three days in his shoes. Also, don't judge a person for the future decision. No one knows the future. Everyone is just guessing. Actually, just never judge it just takes energy. Be free of judgement. It's hard enough to judge yourself.


Against all odds (


Who are you to judge the life I live? I know, I'm not perfect and I don't live to be, but before you start pointing fingers, make sure your hands are clean (Bob Marley)


or "Let any one of you who is without sin be the first to throw a stone at her." (Bible)


When you judge another, you do not define them, you define yourself (Wayne Dyer)


I believe in Love and only in Love, because if you love you live!


At the end of life the only ones who are judging about it are yourself and God, no one else.


Love is essential! (


All you need is Love, Beatles (


Good or bad? -The Parable of Taoist Farmer (by Kent Moreno)


Does good or bad exist? There is the story of the Lao Tzu farmer and Taoism.


Taoism is an ancient Chinese religion founded in the third or fourth century B.C. by Lao Tzu. Taoism also is called the water course way, for it believes that life flows in much the same way as a river. And like the river, though we are able to have influence over our lives, we are never able to take total control.


The Taoist prefers to look at life events without judgment or interpretation. According to Taoism, the true significance of events can never be understood as they are occurring, for in every event there are elements of both good and bad. Furthermore, each event has no specific beginning or end and may influence future events for years or even centuries to come. An excellent example of the Taoist view of life is found in the following parable of the Taoist farmer.


"There was once a Taoist farmer. One day the Taoist farmer’s only horse broke out of the corral and ran away. The farmer’s neighbors, all hearing of the horse running away, came to the Taoist farmer’s house to view the corral. As they stood there, the neighbors all said, "Oh what bad luck!" The Taoist farmer replied, "Maybe."


About a week later, the horse returned bringing with it a whole herd of wild horses, which the Taoist farmer and his son quickly corralled. The neighbors, hearing of the corralling of the horses, came to see for themselves. As they stood there looking at the corral filled with horses, the neighbors said, "Oh what good luck!" The Taoist farmer replied, "Maybe."


At that same time in China, there was a war going on between two rival warlords. The warlord of the Taoist farmer’s village was involved in this war. In need of more soldiers, he sent one of his captains to the village to conscript young men to fight in the war. When the captain came to take the Taoist farmer’s son he found a young man with a broken leg who was delirious with fever. Knowing there was no way the son could fight, the captain left him there. A few days later, the son’s fever broke. The neighbors, hearing of the son’s not being taken to fight in the war and of his return to good health, all came to see him. As they stood there, each one said, "Oh what good luck!" The Taoist farmer replied, "Maybe."


Taoismus - The Art of Not Trying:


Good or bad. Better or Worse is just a definition by humans. It’s a judgement of a moment and of one perspective, which can turn to be good in a longer perspective or for someone else. Even if you make a mistake, someone might get a life lesson out of it. Even, if it feels bad now it might be valuable for the future. Who knows? My depression was horrible, when I’ve had it, today I’m grateful and happy for it.



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