“Think about it. If you don’t judge and don’t criticize, what you’re saying is, “I’m infinite. I let people be. I have no knowledge about an individual’s evolution. I can’t comprehend if what he/she is doing is good or evil, right or wrong. He/she certainly may be acting in a way I would not choose to act, but I cannot lay down the law and say it should be like this or like that.”
When you’re dealing with other people, allow them to be. Or, if you don’t like what you see, walk away. Or, try to change the situation as best you can without infringing upon them, usually through a good example. Or, talk to them in an affable manner – asking them questions, leading them along gradually to where they see the higher ground through their own perception and volition – allow them to freely choose that direction.
If you are influential, one word from you could send a person into a totally different direction in this lifetime – it could change their whole evolution.”
Stuart Wilde, in “Infinite Self”
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