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Unconditional Judgment? Its entirely possible.

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« Reply #8 on: July 06, 2009, 11:36:33 am »

Ohh Lynn. I hear you so completely.

My knowing is that if you want people to be open and honest then make it safe for them to be so. Therefore I never ever respond to people with shock.  Shocked "Oh how could you?" or anything like that. But through the years I also learned that judgement really does not know what it is judging. Its a futile operation.

By suspending my judgment and paying attention to anothers point of view I normally learn a lot and often I learn that to judge them would have been unwarranted.

Then also I learned that judgment is a double edged sword. A judgmental person normally consumes himself with self judgment. It is normally perfectly balanced that the exact degree of judgement on has for others, one also has for oneself.

Judgmental people are normally very much in denial about this part but when you watch their actions it is written all over. Wink
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