The first poison: Judgment reinforces a belief in I.
The second poison: Judgment creates a barrier between us.
And the third poison: Judgment separates me from myself.
When you hear a human being state, “I have never judged in my life,” you will understand the meaning of love. Only a mind radiating in emptiness can make such a statement.
When Rumi calls, “Come out from behind the wall,” he means the wall of judgments.