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Kindness > Judgement

Please understand that you only see a portion of a person’s life, not fully knowing every little thing they are going through. Stop being so quick to jump to assumptions or write them off because you may think the “portion” of what you know they are going through is insignificant but rather, be kind, keep your mouth closed regarding things you do not have facts on and just simply PRAY for them.

We are all fighting daily battles that no one knows about… stress, depression, low self-esteem, confidence struggles, lack of self love and self care, it’s all REAL! So please stop being so quick to judge other people. You never know what it took for someone to get out of bed, look and feel as presentable as possible to face the day.

Let your words heal other people and not wound them. Spend more time lifting people up more than you tear them down. Be the reason why someone still believes in humanity. E N C O U R A G E !! Encourage people every chance you get. One kind word has the power to change someone’s entire day.

5 thoughts on “Kindness > Judgement

  1. Yes!🙌🏻 someone has told me when an individual is mean to someone, it’s honestly not what that person has done to make them mad; it’s because the individual is hurting on the inside and they need healing. I was always told to pray for those who are mean to me because we don’t know what everyone is going through deep inside of them. Such an inspiring post, Jessica!✨💗

    1. That someone was a very wise person because everything they said was truly right !! Thank you so much for exploring my blog a little more and commenting !! You’re too sweet !! ✨💕

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