Some people enjoy saying things like “you shouldn’t judge”, when practically they are really saying “I don’t agree with your judgement, and I don’t realise that I too am making a judgement of my own.”
Making judgement is actually a practical necessity, whenever anyone has to make some kind of decision or choice. When a person chooses one thing, while rejecting the other possible choices, he is practically pronouncing a kind of judgement on both the thing that he chose, and the things that he did not choose. He may refuse to acknowledge that he has indeed made a judgement, perhaps by refusing to articulate his own reasons for having made that decision / choice. But that will not negate the fact that, at least practically, he did actually make a judgement.