We all make bad decisions and since they don’t manifest the same, we judge.
Regardless of whether your belief lies with the Bible or within Spirituality; in some concept you will always get back the energy you give out to any person, place, or thing. Think of karma and the seven deadly sins.
Your ability to judge a person, place, or thing is often rooted in your consciousness, confidence, and clear understanding of past experiences, self, and all other perspectives you’ve been gifted in the past.
My bad decisions are rooted mostly in my Spirituality. Not honoring my intuition is a bad decision I continue to make at times . If I were smart, by now, I would continue to stand firm on my belief even when I don’t see how it will manifest into reality.
Your bad decision may look different and I shouldn’t judge you for it. I should accept that you chose differently than I would have in your experience.
Since I’m mindful, I quickly consider how we probably didn’t have the same options to choose from and that’s another story for a different day.
Sharing our bad decisions should lead to mutual innerstanding of human kind and nature.
We could find comfort in knowing other humans make bad decisions they aren’t afraid of sharing with us vulnerably.
We could relate to each other and bond deeper on the energies we have to navigate if the bad decision led to suffering as a consequence.
Judgement always creates a boundary for how much access we’re granted to the wisdom people possess.
I wish we could all share the stories of triumph or defeat from our bad decisions. It would help enlighten and encourage others through difficult time.
Here is to showing Moore humanity.