Five Reasons I’ve Stopped Judging People

Five Reasons I’ve Stopped Judging People1. I’m not perfect. I didn’t use your toothbrush to masturbate on a Sunday morning, but I used the little picky thing.

2. Life is hard. I didn’t spend a year stripping to pay for that boob job, but I helped sell Timeshare to the elderly.

3. I have done things I’m not proud of. I didn’t get my child hooked on cocaine so they lost custody of my grandson, but I sold my freezer to buy weed.

4. Life is short. I didn’t go into debt to travel all over the world, see everything and actually live my life, I went into debt drinking in the bar with my friends.

5. I have made mistakes. I didn’t sleep with eight out of the fifteen guys in this bar, but I slept with that guy.

As much as I’d love to think less of some people because of the way they have to live, I can’t, some people are just lawyers!! It’s not their fault, they need jobs like everyone else.

I’m no one special. I can’t judge your life. Enjoy!!

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130 thoughts on “Five Reasons I’ve Stopped Judging People

  1. You made me laugh! Thank you for that.

    I wouldn’t judge you any more than you would judge me, but I get the feeling that you judge yourself, and rather harshly at that. You are a better person than you think you are.

    You have made mistakes in your life. We all have.

    What I say to myself, and other people whom I try to help, is that there is nothing at all that we can do about the past, unless we have a time machine.

    What we can do is look at our pasts and use them to shape our futures. Every minus can be changed into either a plus or a smaller minus. Every plus can be changed into a bigger plus. Here’s a simple diagram to show you what I mean.

    But, whatever you do, have fun!

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  3. Good one! Anyone who says, “I don’t judge others” is delusional–except for the guy who said, “I’m not prejudiced, I hate everybody.” I suppose there’s something to be said for consistency. 🙂

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  4. How can I get you to hate me? Do I have to live-stream me boiling a turtle alive? You’re so hard to displease! Saints like you should have your toes tickled till you have a heart attack. I hate myself for it, but there! I said it!

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  5. My first visit here. Love this post! I came over from Suzie’s Blog Party. Love your take on life!!!! This post me think of this video. Don’t know if you have seen it, but if you haven’t, here is my gift for you – a blogging party gift! Hope you like it!!!

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  6. Hi Laura,
    How you have engaged so many readers!
    1. I’m here! Thanks for the invite.
    2. It’s been great getting to know you better the last few days.
    I find your writing brutally honest, raw, and totally relatable. So have the many that also obviously enjoyed your post.
    Thanks for bringing it to my blog party.

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  7. You have that illusive blogging skill the brilliant opening line!
    ‘I didn’t use your toothbrush to masturbate on a Sunday morning’, that made me laugh 🙂

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  9. Soo true!! I am 99.9% far from being perfect, but I still deserve compassion and mercy. Leave the judgement at home people! Thanks for this. Great post

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  10. Ha! Now that’s honesty! No one’s perfect and we’ll never know what motivates people, but they are making the decision based on something important at the time. 🙂
    Thanks for stopping by the party!

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