“Allah does not judge because he is angry, he judges because he loves us. Parents are the same, and this why, no matter what you do, they will always judge you with touch of a feather.”
Just read it on a Quora. It struck me wonderfully- because I tend to judge (which is very rare) only the things that I love. For everything else, my stock thoughts are like determining whether “the thing” is worth of “time” and “actions”- if not, I pass and move on.
For what is worth, when you stop judging stuffs, you’ll notice and understand things more deeply.
I’ve always find it appealing that, we need to concentrate on “doing” things instead of wasting energies on “reacting”. Reactions usually are the side-effects of “judgement” of anger, emptiness and other ridiculous feelings.
The best part of your life would start once you start judging your own actions towards things that you love. And start doing stuffs to improve or fix the things you need to.
When you do things- compile it with wisdom, knowledge and understanding, mix it with respect, curiosity and fun- your actions will become the worthy of humanity.