Nonjudgemental Quotes

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Paul McCartney
“I used to think anyone doing anything weird was weird. Now I know that it is the people that call others weird that are weird.”
Paul McCartney

Kathryn Stockett
“Oh, it was delicious to have someone to keep secrets with. If I'd had a sister or a brother closer in age, I guessed that's what it would be like. But it wasn't just smoking or skirting around Mother. It was having someone look at you after your mother has nearly fretted herself to death because you are freakishly tall and frizzy and odd. Someone whose eyes simply said, without words, You are fine with me.”
Kathryn Stockett, The Help

Steve Goodier
“Of course we need to accept ourselves as we are, but we can't stop there. We also need to value ourselves enough make needed changes.”
Steve Goodier

Zero Dean
“Not everyone with a problem needs you to solve it. Sometimes all a person needs is to feel like they've been heard. Listening without judging can be more effective than injecting your opinions or trying to solve a problem that doesn't have an easy answer.”
Zero Dean, Lessons Learned from The Path Less Traveled Volume 1: Get motivated & overcome obstacles with courage, confidence & self-discipline

Theodore Dalrymple
“Experience has taught me that it is wrong and cruel to suspend judgment, that nonjudgmentalism is at best indifference to the suffering of others, at worst a disguised form of sadism. How can one respect people as members of the human race unless one holds them to a standard of conduct and truthfulness? How can people learn from experience unless they are told that they can and should change? One doesn't demand of laboratory mice that they do better: but man is not a mouse, and I can think of no more contemptuous way of treating people than to ascribe to them no more responsibility than such mice.”
Theodore Dalrymple, Life at the Bottom: The Worldview That Makes the Underclass

Abhijit Naskar
“Only the shallow judge others, those with character know to judge themselves before they judge others.”
Abhijit Naskar, When Call The People: My World My Responsibility

“As long as I was aligned with listening rather than with an intention to receive a particular response or to shift something, we would stay on safe ground.”
Bonnie Badenoch, The Heart of Trauma: Healing the Embodied Brain in the Context of Relationships

“Understanding trauma and that we each respond to it differently will help us be supportive and nonjudgmental toward each other.”
Stephanie S. Covington, Beyond Trauma: A Healing Journey For Women

Philip K. Dick
“I used to condemn junkies, like they could get off the stuff if they really wanted to, and that is just as stupid as saying, "You could grow eyes in the back of your head if you really wanted to.”
Philip K. Dick, Philip K. Dick: The Last Interview and Other Conversations

“One gift of nonjudgmental, agendaless presence is that a wide road of acceptance opens, so that the inner world of our people gradually begins to sense, experience and trust that every part is equally valued and equally welcome.”
Bonnie Badenoch, The Heart of Trauma: Healing the Embodied Brain in the Context of Relationships

Roshan Sharma
“Perceive everything in life with the neutral perspective and see how everything can serve you to move forward on your path.”
Roshan Sharma

Girdhar Joshi
“Friendship warrants giving up the ego, submitting you to the other person, and remaining non-judgemental in the whole process.”
Girdhar Joshi, Some Mistakes Have No Pardon

“recognizing the injury in all of us and cultivating our capacity for nonjudgmental presence, an ever-evolving process.”
Bonnie Badenoch, The Heart of Trauma: Healing the Embodied Brain in the Context of Relationships

“Every person is fighting an internal battle. Be Non-judgemental!”
Purvi Raniga

Ujjwal Arora
“I Love Myself Just the Way I Am &
I Love You Just the Way You Are.”
Ujjwal Arora, Affirmations: a daily handbook