I’m talking about how I view it. Judgment is a disease, love is the remedy. We’re all flawed. The bravest of us aren’t pretending to be any different. And the most powerful know it’s a fool’s errand to judge others for their flaws. It took courage to share this story truthfully. Could you have done that? I’m not sure I could. Which is why I respect it. And her actions are her own—not mine to live with. Not mine to judge.
It’s not about morality—it’s about recognizing the humanity in others. If we can’t do that, something is wrong. Hurting people, hurt people. Judgment doesn’t fix that. Only love does.
If you want to point fingers, be my guest. It’s just not what I choose to do.