Seeing People as Trees: How Non-Judgmentalism Promotes Nonviolence
The quote “When you see people as trees, you don’t get tangled up in their branches” by Ram Dass highlights the idea that when we choose to see people as we see trees, we can avoid getting caught up in their flaws and imperfections. We can appreciate the unique beauty and complexity of each individual without getting embroiled in judgment or criticism.
This non-judgmental attitude is key to nonviolence, both in our personal interactions and in larger social and political contexts.
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