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Who Are You To Judge?


I always wondered at the question...Never understanding the full length and depth of it. Why do people say it? Is it to remind others that we're all equal? Is it to say you don't know anything until you've experienced what someone else has experienced? I'm sure there are endless amounts of questions to be asked, but I'd like your interpretation.

 

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    dashingscorpio 2 years ago

    Excellent point! Ignoring "red flags" or one's instincts often leads to regret. If you sense someone is a threat to you it's best to honor your perception of them rather than gamble with your life in order to prove you're not judgmental.

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