Judgments become attachments

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EUGÈNE BOUDIN: “Dock at Deauville” – 1869 – oil on canvas, 23 – 32 cm. – Paris, Musée d’Orsay –
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Every time we judge ourselves or others an attachment occurs.
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This attachment travels through life with us.
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In certain situations we will defend these judgments as real, permanent, important.
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What a waste of life!
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Start today with taking inventory of past and present judgments.
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Eliminate any judgments you can, lighten your load and free your mind.
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Judgments about us or them are an anchor of suffering.
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Consider many of those judgments are based on insufficient or erroneous evidence.
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Can we live without most judgments?
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Buddhist monks have for 2500 plus years.
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3 responses to this post.

  1. Amen… We are not the Judge… and should not make judgements.

  2. We have the capacity to vacate any judgment we make

    It is easy

    Just say release
    Release
    Release

  3. Amen!! Yes, let us “release” it all.

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