Judge not, lest ye be judged, this will save you from laziness, apathy, and depression. When an idealist judges reality, it always fails to live up to his ideal, fails to live up to his expectations and shatters his illusions. A mismatch between expectations of reality cause cognitive dissonance and 1000 of his sins and vices.
In the quantum world, it is possible to use the properties of an object without measuring it. That is, as long as you have not measured, you can assume that the object possesses all accessible properties of all of its states. Do not ask the object what it is and what it can. Get straight to the object’s methods and properties. In fact, by addressing the object’s properties and methods, you determine its nature.
The point of resignation is not to judge. Do not judge whether you can or cannot do something. Do not judge whether it is difficult or not, fearsome or not. Just do what you have been told to do or what you think necessary. When judging, you define the superposition’s state. If you do not judge, you can implement any task, maintaining the simultaneity of states.
Resignation means this: do not judge. When you do not judge, you kill the devil in you and engender God. God is a miracle. God is the state of the quantum superposition X, the combination of the incompatible such as powerlessness and absolute strength, a point and a universe.
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.
The road to hell is paved with good intentions. "Do not judge," but you, full of good intentions, begin to judge and go astray and come to hell. Fair enough. The desire to judge is a sin of pride, a mortal sin.
A system is a 38 by 62 entity in which you can choose 38 at most, that is lie, no matter what you choose. The very fact of choosing makes you choose the lesser. To choose the bigger, you should not judge. 62 is more like truth but truth demands resignation. 62 is resignation and 38 is arrogance.