Don't Judgeme! Or only god can judge me now. It seems like the folks that use these phrases the most are the ones that judgement could easily be placed upon. But it that right? As rational human beings, can we witness things that we totally disagree with and not judge them at all? How could we? Why would we?
We often judge people based on our appreciation of our value system. That's basically our training of how we are taught to see the world and the things that happen in it. Is it possible to turn that on or off or to wait for god to handle it? Certainly not by the evidence of our population in our prison systems.
When we witness tragic, violent events such as the recent murders in Colorado or the Trayvon Martin case earlier this year, does it compell you to jugde without prejudice?
We often judge freely until that judgement is placed on us or on our loved ones. Do you do that? There's no doubt that we all make mistakes but do we lash out when those mistakes are brought out by someone else?
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