Judas never acquired a philosophic technique for meeting disappointment. Instead of accepting disappointments as a regular and commonplace feature of human existence, he unfailingly resorted to the practice of blaming someone in particular, or his associates as a group, for all his personal difficulties and disappointments.  How prone is man, when he is confronted with the failures of his own making, to put the blame upon others, oftentimes upon those who least deserve it! 
Jesus asked to refrain from condemnation: will you call upon the Lord, and he shall answer; you will cry out, and he shall say—Here am I. And all this he will do if you refrain from oppression, condemnation, and vanity.