We judge all the time and it’s natural and perfectly fine. It’s a necessary aspect of being human.
Where we run into issues is when a judgement becomes condemnation.
Yes, you will judge things, situations, and people. If you didn’t, you’d fall prey to dealings with people that don’t have your best interests in mind, you’d buy things you don’t need and you wouldn’t know whether or not to cross the street in traffic. Judging is normal and healthy.
Condemnation, on the other hand, has started wars, both large and small. If you condemn someone that you judge to be unsavory, there is no room for you to see them through the eyes of love or hold space for them to simply walk their path without harm. If you condemn a man for his beliefs or the colour of his skin, you have closed the door to any chance of living in harmony.
Condemnation ends all possibilities of peace, no matter if we are speaking of one to one relationships or entire countries.
Remember, there are many paths to Oneness, or in other words, enlightenment. To condemn a man for his path is to choose separation.
We are all headed towards the remembering of Oneness. Some have consciously chosen this path and are actively participating in bringing this into their reality. We are called by many names; seekers, edge walkers, spiritualists and simply human. Others may not have yet chosen or have chosen to remain in separation. This choice is available as we are blessed with free will.
Here is the piece that speaks to the true impact of condemning your brothers and sisters:
Oneness and the evolution of mankind to living in this truth cannot happen until it happens for all. Condemn your brothers and sisters and you have condemned yourself to separation.