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Passing Judgement

“No one is here to judge you. We’re all just waiting to hear what you have to share.” — Michael Allen Harrison, speaking to piano students at Classic Pianos in a workshop for members of Chordination If you were to … Continue reading

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Court Or Courtroom?

“If you judge people, you have no time to love them.” — Mother Teresa We all pass judgement. For every person we pass in the street, a judgement is rendered. The guy waiting at the bus stop. The lady getting … Continue reading

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We Are All Mirrors

 Our faults irritate us most when we see them in others. — Proverb There’s a lot to see when we look at someone. Clothing, weight, hair style, posture, demeanor, skin color, jewelry, wrinkles, age, marital status, ethnicity, language, accent, emotions, … Continue reading

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Redrawing The Boundaries Of Our Comfort Zone

“Crossing over the boundaries we’ve been taught to live within is a tough business.  But I’m getting the idea they’re not so formidable.” — Jeb Dickerson The line judge in a volleyball game stands at the corner, passing judgement. Whenever … Continue reading

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Post-Christmas Resolution, Day 299 – Judge Anyone Today?

“Judgements prevent us from seeing the good that lies beyond appearances.” — Wayne Dyer Think about how many times you judge strangers every day. Do we drive down the street and silently say “Idiot!” to the car with the stupid bumper … Continue reading

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