The Teaching of Hazrat Inayat Khan

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Answer: Yes, but what man generally does is not only that he judges anyone in the mind-he is very ready to give his judgment out. He is not patient enough to wait and analyze the matter and think more about it. As a rule a person is not only ready to judge, but without any restraint on his part he is ready to express his judgment instantly. He will not think, "Have I the right to judge that person? Have I risen to that state of evolution?" When Jesus Christ himself refused to judge and said, "Whoever is faultless, it is that person's place to accuse or to punish." It teaches a great lesson: even in order to learn justice it is not necessary that we should be ready to judge and instantly to express our judgement, our opinion.