Don’t Judge Me; I Won’t Judge You

Please don’t judge me. You don’t know my background, my particular inner battles. You don’t know what support I’ve had, whether little or much. You don’t know as much about me as you think you do.

For that matter, I don’t know as much about you as I think I do. I really don’t know much at all. I know maybe a tenth about you—and that’s what’s on the surface.

We are all different; we all have our own inner struggles. We keep some things private, even from loved ones. There are some things that still hurt too much or are too embarrassing to share with someone else, unless it’s with the dog or cat.

There is much we assume about each other, but we do so without knowing the accuracy of our assumptions. We jump to conclusions and find there’s no net underneath!

So, please don’t judge me; I won’t judge you. Simply come alongside me and walk with me for a little while.

©P. Booher


Filed under Country Ripples

4 responses to “Don’t Judge Me; I Won’t Judge You

  1. Amen. There’s always something about someone else that we know nothing about. The final judgement is God’s (1 Corinthians 4:5). God Bless!

  2. Rather than judging others we are called first of all to love one another, leaving the judgement up to Almighty God. May our Father God continue to guide and bless you each day my dear sister.

    • scribelady

      Judging is all too easy, and loving as God does is hard, but yes, we are called to love one another. Thanks for reading and commenting.

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