Living what I judge others for

I have found myself living what I judge others for, repeatedly, in smaller and more obvious ways.

And when I look and am honest with myself, I see I do it even in the moment of judging. What I judge the other for is right here. I am doing it, as I judge.

It’s humbling, in a very good way. I am you.

I have also come to see that it’s inevitable. If I see something in you, it’s because it’s already here. Mind noticed, and tells itself it’s out there in you, or it may also notice it’s here.

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