Thursday, February 12, 2009


A friend wrote this self-description:
"I am always judging. If you've met me, I've judged you."

Every human consistently engages in intellectual discrimination, aka "judging", and thank God for it, else we would sleep on railroad tracks.

It is not "judging" which is the problem. Rather, it is harsh judging. Which is to say: the problem is the adoption of standards which are not in harmony with God's design of the universe and of mankind.

All of us - groping to comprehend God's design - blindly adopt standards which are not in harmony with that design. We try. Sometimes we come closer to succeeding than other times.

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