"For with what judgment ye judge, ye shall be judged"
That's a really good one and I don't think people really ponder on it's meaning too much.
Funny how judgement works.
For example, people like to say we should forgive people when they do things awful to them.
Did that person ask for forgiveness? Did that person feel remorse? Did you person even acknowledge they did anything wrong?
If yes....well...you have the option to forgive them.
Here's the catch.
If you forgive someone who never felt remorse or believed they were wrong, you have to judge them first.
You said "way too much judgement in the world".
Are you judging people to make that statement? Are you qualified to judge others?
Back to your verse you listed.
The measuring stick you hold up to others, will be held up to you.
Judging is a tricky thing from a Biblical point of view.
Certainly forgiving other people is good for your soul and not hold grudges, but not judging them in the process is tricky...tricky...tricky...