Mind Games: Judging People

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By Paula Bianchi –

Judging people has become an American pass time since our
easy access to millions of people through the internet. With the gift of
anonymity, some people are going out of their way to humiliate, demean, and
bully others. Why? Because, they feel they have a right to. The act of judging
has always been used as a weapon to hurt others, only, now it’s amplified.

We judge people for: their beliefs, interests, intentions,
political and religious affiliations, who they choose to love or marry, past
deeds, how they treat others and animals. People are judged for how they dress,
wear their hair, makeup, too fat, too skinny, too short, too tall, their skin color,
how they talk or act or look. The list goes on and on.

Having to endure being judged where there’s no merit, can
really screw with our inner dialog, and we have…

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