Trust in God implies that a person does not need to explain to God how to bring him, a person, to happiness. Moreover, the person needs to be trusted God and not resist, and then fate itself will do what is necessary and will lead a person to happiness.
The one who judges thinks himself superior, thinks himself a judge, and therefore falls into pride, because we are all equal to each other. Even more painful is the one who, in his pride, judges God, trying to judge reality.
I thought, but the commandment "do not judge» this applies not only to negative judgments, but also to positive ones. Those who judge well fall into the sin of pride as well as those who judge poorly. One should not judge at all, but deal dispassionately with what is.
To the one who asks for forgiveness, say, God is your judge, and I am not a God to judge. Tell him if you want to do good, and if you don't want to, go away. The act of faith is what you do, not what you think, say, or intend to do.
Everyone's inner judge is much more humane than any real judge. As an inner judge can only sermonize and appeal to conscience... While a real one can sentence to prison or charge a penalty or do something even worse...
He who is strong and proud can be his own judge. The desire to see everyone as a judge is a sign of vain weakness.
Vain weakness hates people but turns into plasticine from a single drop of flattery. Vain weakness sees everyone as a judge and kneels down in front of everyone to pray for justice for itself. It hates the judges who say no to it and considers those who say Yes to be idols.
Why does repenting mean? And is there a way to know whether providence accepts one's repentance? Conscience is the main judge of repentance. If conscience became silent, it means everything is fine but if one feels the bar of conscience, then repentance wasn't enough...
The heavier one's sin is, the more one should repent.
Firmness of convictions shouldn’t give in to opinions of the people around. No majority or authorities will persuade me that I’m wrong when I’m right. The truth and justice are the only judges whose opinion I value.
Common sense is above justice and the truth. Many things are unjust and false, but they have to exist, as so is necessary and right.
The base of Christianity is a humility. Humility means don't judge, when you judge God you separate him into Good God and the Devil. Your attempt to judge generates the devil. Until you don't judge, there is just God, but as soon as you refuse humility and start judging, the good and the evil appears. And, because hubris is a deadly sin, you fall down to hell at once.
Do not judge anyone, because he who is a judge, cries, seeing human sins. Heavy cross judge. Do you think judges should have such big salaries? Comfort it from the pain, to suffer which is beyond the power of men.
Don't judge, because we live through the looking glass. If you judge well, the opposite will happen outside. If you judge badly, hell will be inside. The only salvation from the underworld is not to judge at all.
To judge is to exercise self-will, that is, the sin of pride. God punishes the proud by locking them up like genies in a mirror. From now on, whatever the proud man thinks, it will be the other way around.
The thesis of separation of grain and chaff is directly related to"do not judge, so you will not judge". You can't judge until you grow up. When you judge uncertainty, you define it, turning it into what you judge.
To control a quantum system, it should not be judged, but the purpose of its existence. Depending on its purpose, the system itself will take its meaning. The properties of an object determine the purpose of its existence. Ideally, a person should choose his own goal, that is, to choose what he likes.