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Re: What's wrong with judgement?

Posted by onceupon on September 2, 2009, at 22:32:13

In reply to What's wrong with judgement?, posted by backseatdriver on September 2, 2009, at 17:06:15

Good question.

I agree with pc that judgment is a part of human nature, and to deny that we're judging things constantly is probably not so accurate. But what we do with that judgment is maybe another issue. If we always take it at face value, we probably miss out on valuable connections, as Dinah pointed out.

Now that I think about it, it seems that whenever my judgments unnecessarily distance me from someone else (e.g., when it's not a matter of safety or something like that), it would probably benefit me to do some internal searching as to why I hold that particular judgment, and what that says about me.

My 2c - coming from a somewhat addled brain - try not to judge too harshly :)




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