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Passing Judgment

It's Time To Kick The Judgment Habit

Susan Steinbrecher | Posted 08.08.2013 | Business
Susan Steinbrecher

We can all sense when someone bears a grudge or dislikes us. Now you're both in the same acrimonious boat. So, how do we break the pattern of judgment and assumptions?

Do You Judge?

Kathy Kaehler | Posted 04.03.2012 | Healthy Living
Kathy Kaehler

Why is she so thin? She must be devastated over her marriage. Is she on drugs? Everyone seems to have a question or comment when someone famous is going through a rough patch. It is so easy to assume or come to a conclusion on what the story is.

Coping with Our Judgmental Society

Aaron Anson | Posted 11.27.2011 | Gay Voices
Aaron Anson

Inheriting and owning bigotries, prejudices and hatred is a most irreverent betrayal of our right as free-thinkers. When we lose our judgmental tendencies, we will enhance our human experience.

Be A Teacher, Not A Judge: The Essence Of Yom Kippur

Rabbi Julie Schonfeld | Posted 05.25.2011 | Religion
Rabbi Julie Schonfeld

A primary cause of incivility in public discourse emanates from arrogating to ourselves the role of Judge. On this the Jewish tradition is clear: we are not the Judge. At our best, as my friend pointed out, we may be a teacher.

What Did Jesus Mean By 'Judge Not'?

Skye Jethani | Posted 05.25.2011 | Religion
Skye Jethani

It's pretty important that both Christians and non-Christians understand what Jesus means when he says "judge not." The key is recognizing that the word judge can be used in two different ways in the New Testament.