Tuesday, February 20, 2018

To Judge or Not to Judge


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Peter Hollens

Isn't that the truth?

  

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  1. Probably.

    One good thing about getting older is that I don’t give a darn about what people think of me. Besides, other than my children, I am invisible to most. I also try not to judge other people because we all have different paths in life and most of us are just trying to get through the day in our own way. However, I do judge those who are evil and cruel and what I see today makes me so sad.

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    1. I have found that the same is true about me. In younger adult years, I scuttled around almost afraid to offend or do something. Now, dang it, I must live what I believe and do as God wants me to do. It is easier now.

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  2. It is the truth! And it's not their judgement we need to worry about.

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    1. Absolutely! Judge not lest you be judged. God is Judge.

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  3. So true. What 99.99% of the world thinks of you doesn't matter, so go to it. Unless on is a politician or something.

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    1. When it comes right down to who is important, it is your family and friends.

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  4. I don't give a hoot what people think of me anymore.....and I don't care what they are doing either.

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  5. One of the best truths I've heard in a long while.

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  6. Oh yeah that's very true. And if we stopped doing things for fear of other peoples' opinions, we're really putting a damper on our own lives. :-)

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    1. Our opinions are as important as others. Our right to say what we believe is important.

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  7. Dear Susan, it is the truth. For the most part I think/feel that my friends and family and the people I meet in stores and restaurants judge me gently. But there is one person in my life who seems--to me--to be hypercritical and I walk on eggshells around him, being careful of what I say and do. And still I feel that I'm probably being judged harshly! Peace.

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    1. No, I have a person as well, and it breaks my heart.

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  8. We're only human but we're not computers! "What am I a doctor or moon shuttle conductor." I always laugh at Dr McCoys McCoyisms

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    1. I always laugh as well. Karl Urban is a great McCoy. Captured the character perfectly.

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    1. Amazing how shy we have become in this time of P.C. (political correctness).

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  10. So true. Not easy when you spend your professional life around middle school students...

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    1. May God bless and keep all teachers, especially those who teach middle-school.

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  11. Yes, it's true in most places, but I don't notice it as much in our little spot in blogland. People have been very respectful in our community and I wish it was the same in everyday life. We just have to do the best we can, and try not to worry about anything else.

    Julie

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    1. Blogland is respectful to other bloggers, from my experience.

      It is the rest of humanity that bounces around.

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