we have to stop thinking we can judge other people
2\ thinking we can/should messes all of us up – it creates/perpetuates an unnatural separation (thurman interconnectedness law)
we would best use our energy to assume good.. 100% of the time..
learn to sing to each other (your own song)
trust is 100% .. or it’s not trust.. it’s just judgement/cancer
“Trust requires an intelligent judgement.” How to be smart about who you trust: t.ted.com/IH0bdrQ
Trust requires an *intelligent judgement of trustworthiness. So those who want others’ trust have to do two things. First, they have to be trustworthy, which requires competence, honesty and reliability. Second, they have to provide **intelligible evidence that they are trustworthy, enabling others to judge intelligently where they should place or refuse their trust.
how is that trust..?.. that’s just judgement.. and *intelligent judgement to boot.. who..
and how do you provide **intelligible evidence you are trustworthy..?
imagine a world where people spend their days alive/aware/awake, because they start them by trusting each other, by deciding everyday to..
we spend so much time/energy/money/people today doing much the opposite of that. we get so caught-up/lost in defense/policy/rights/judgement/retribution/prestige/fear.. if we abandoned all that for trust.. we’d all be very rich in time/energy/money/people.. no?
unconditional trust – an oxymoron..
could happen via gershenfeld sel
i know you ness
via maria – quote from adam philips – https://www.brainpickings.org/2016/05/23/against-self-criticism-adam-phillips-unforbidden-pleasures/:
We are continually, if unconsciously, mutilating and deforming our own character. Indeed, so unrelenting is this internal violence that we have no idea what we are like without it.
whales in sea world ness
We know virtually nothing about ourselves because we judge ourselves before we have a chance to see ourselves (as though in panic). Or, to put it differently, we can judge only what we recognize ourselves as able to judge. What can’t be judged can’t be seen.
selves and others
What happens to everything that is not subject to approval or disapproval, to everything that we have not been taught how to judge? … The judged self can only be judged but not known.
begs unconditional ness
let’s do this first: free art-ists.
the limits of being are announced and enforced before so-called being has had much of a chance to speak for itself.