By Andreas Moritz
Judgment, which is a subjective compulsive need to categorize things or people to confirm, justify or validate our beliefs or opinions, seems to be a very meaningful and useful tool to navigate through the ups and downs of life. Yet there is hardly any basis to judgment other than feeling inadequate, unfulfilled, or empty inside. Putting people or things into higher or lower categories stems from not feeling worthy enough. The need to pass judgments on people i.e. to see them as anything but pure Love, reflects the state of unhappiness or lack of completeness in our hearts. This makes judgment a misdirected energy that lacks discernment. Judgmental energy is responsible for all the conflicts and disharmony the Earth has ever witnessed. Discernment, on the other hand, sees that every person and every situation in life plays an import part on the game-board of life.