Sitting in Judgment

I find hope in the darkest of days, and focus in the brightest. I do not judge the universe.
– Dalai Lama

And that’s why he’s the Dalai Lama.  And I sit stewing in judgment.

Sources: Image – Quote: swiss-miss


  1. I’m sitting with you.


  2. Hope there’s more room on your bench.


  3. Reblogged this on Wholeheartedness and commented:
    But we all have the same tools as that Dalai Lama; mindfulness, choice, radical acceptance…


  4. Such cowards those terrorists are.


  5. It’s difficult not to judge the acts of others when they seek to cause suffering and harm to innocent people. It’s even harder to try to understand. I think most of us feel that way.


  6. It’s all so incredibly sad — beyond sad. I understand that one of those who died was an 8-year-old boy. The lives of so many instantly, tragically altered. I wish my tears, sorrow, could somehow lessen their pain, bring healing, be powerful enough to turn back time and rewrite the story.


  7. Yes, I agree. Though the predominant emotion for me is sadness. It’s just so sad that we, as a race of human beings, are still making the same destructive choices. Heavy heart.


  8. Living just outside of Boston and with a State Trooper son stationed within the crime scene, I would like to thank everyone who has given Boston their well wishes and thoughts. They are greatly appreciated.


  9. lkanigan says:

    Trying so hard not to judge but acts like this doesn’t make it easy. Senseless.


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