Mar 13, 2010


"We cannot judge others harshly without receiving back into our own consciousness and experience the very things we claim for others. If we all were to follow this rule we should become kinder, if only for the purpose of self -preservation and personal happiness," Ernest Holmes.

Usually when we think of the commonly-accepted rule of behavior, judge not lest ye be judged, we think of abstaining from negative thoughts such as jealously, envy, hatred, etc. But what if the positive thoughts we think about others is as important as avoiding the negative thoughts? What if the more we want others to have the best of everything - love, possessions, peace - the more likely we are to experience it too? There are a number of current thinkers who believe that what affects one affects us all.

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