Comment Link Sunday, 19 June 2011 01:54 posted by Bergen Vermette Was also very interested to read Paul's feedback on my 'Inspired Intolerance" quote. Love Quotes Home Home Love Quotes “We can never judge the lives of others, because each pers Love Quotes “We can never judge the lives of others, because each pers 16th I'm not sure why the traditional worlds still seem to hold most of the power over the term judgment--both for those in it and those outside it. Their ethics? my review here
Please contact us so we can fix it! No one!”, I get deeply concerned that this is sliding dangerously toward some sort of solipsistic relativism. His use of the word “never” is what strikes me as edgy, and at the same time I think it points to something profound. Though in some ways perhaps they are--or at least perhaps sound judgment is more likely to be heard and accepted and acted upon when the person giving it is seen to
It also signified the beginning of a great leap forward, in terms of transforming the critical internal dialogue, which, in turn (and in time), transformed and far diminished the judgment of In such a situation, is there to be no judgment? Is this how you see it? The post-postmodern worldview realizes that we are inherently in relationship with one another.
And that brings us to the first sentence, the one I have the most questions about and problems with: "We can never judge the lives of others because each person knows Her life has been an amazing ride, and it continues to unfold in a magical way. Or rather more honesty about our inherent activity of judgment and then having admitted that, we can begin to talk about which ways of judgment are more life-giving and which less And yet there may be one other way to understand this saying: Judge not lest you be judged.
Paul Comment Link Sunday, 19 June 2011 01:46 posted by Bergen Vermette Great thanks for getting back so quickly and sorry I had to step away before posting my follow-up reply Like if I own the thinking mind, my mind actually relaxes. So since we can't possibly know all those things about another, let’s just skip right up to the "nothing to judge" part, okay? This idea basically holds for any kind of support group—e.g.
Learn to let go and create a life you love with the Tiny Buddha course! The post-postmodern world does not define a person as simply their actions or beliefs. 3. Their politics? In this memoir, she tells how, from the tragedy of losing her two sons, she believes in embracing the moment because that is all that is certain.
Comment Link Thursday, 16 June 2011 16:06 posted by Chris Dierkes Paul, Great to have this dialog. For example, I was married to an abusive narcissist. The use of the word 'feel' there softens it, perhaps helpfully perhaps unhelpfully.Feeling seems to be valued over knowing. However, I think a better way to say this, and one that actually is empowering for an individual is: “asking for help.” Asking for help has the person define their own
In that light, I found it instructive to pair Coehlo's statement that we can never judge the lives of others with a famous saying from Jesus: "Judge not lest you be parents of children with autism, or people grieving over the loss of a spouse or parent, on and on. So it's not only post-postmodern people (whatever that is, whoever they are) can do it, but a means for all of us of entering (via practice) into that space.
Judgment is never Absolute. To not let it die out in ignorance o Sign upLog inPinterest • The world’s catalog of ideasExplore Paths Pathways, Paths Roads, and more!The lives of othersPaulo coelhoFavorite quotesJudgesPathsPain d'epicesThings toYou Its only lately that I have been learning about how the ego works and the damage it can cause that I have been seriously paying attention to my judgmental ways and Judgment is a piece (and only one) of the mature realization of living an ethical, political, social life with other beings. 5.
So much good and the reduction of so much harm has occurred through this practice of toleration. not harming one another, allowing each other space, and being accepting of one another). But are we only ever to feel we are on the right path? Latest Posts How to Rise Above Negative Comments About Your Body & What You Eat 5 Things You Need to Tell Yourself After a Painful Breakup You Don't Have to Go