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“Judge not, that ye be not judged.” ~Jesus H. Christ
Sometimes, I can be a downright judgmental prick. I constantly judge other people’s words, actions, and attitudes in comparison with my own ideals. I keep these judgments to myself because I don’t want to be rude or make people feel bad. It’s all for me: I condemn people in my mind in order to feel superior and boost my own self-esteem; I knock others down to build myself up.
When I pass these judgments, I always compare myself favorably with the behavior in question. “Look how sloppily that co-worker is dressed –... (more)
Most Americans are likely effected to some degree by family law, whether personally or through a friend, and probably unaware of the Elkin's Family Law Task Force. I recently addressed the Elkin's Family Law Task Force, a group appointed by the California Judicial Council to review family law proceedings and recommend proposals that will increase access to justice, ensure due process, and provide for more effective and consistent rules, policies, and procedures. Conducted in the formal Judicial Council Conference Room, it was intimidating. Nervous and limited to three minutes, my voice was... (more)
...a defendant - evidence. You have to have all the relevant facts to make a decision about the case. If you don't have all the facts then under our system of juris prudence you have to acquit because you cannot be sure the person is guilty.It's too bad people didn't apply the same logic to their judgements outside the courtroom. We jump right in judging other Christians behavior. Yet, do we really have all the evidence? No we don't. We simply don't know enough to judge someone else.For instance, we don't know where people came from. We don't know what they've gone through. We don't know what ... (more)
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