“Ānanda, those who are judgmental will pass such judgment on them: ‘This one has the same qualities as the other. Why should one be inferior and the other superior? That [judgement] of theirs will indeed lead to their harm and suffering for a long time.
Therefore, Ānanda, do not be judgmental regarding people. Do not pass judgment on people. Those who pass judgment on people harm themselves. I alone, or one like me, may pass judgement on people.”
Aṅguttara Nikaya 6:43
“Don’t be judgmental,” we often say silently or explicitly. The Buddha says to his disciple not to judge others unless he can see through everything like the Buddha.
How can I stop being judgmental?