reply to post by trysts
The problem is right in that word.
Judgement (or judgment) is the evaluation of evidence in the making of a decision. The term has four distinct uses:
Informal - Opinions expressed as facts.
Informal and psychological – used in reference to the quality of cognitive faculties and adjudicational capabilities of particular individuals,
typically called wisdom or discernment.
Legal – used in the context of legal trial, to refer to a final finding, statement, or ruling, based on a considered weighing of evidence,
called "adjudication". See spelling note for further explanation.
Religious – used in the concept of salvation to refer to the adjudication of God in determining Heaven or Hell for each and all human beings.
Which one are you referring to?
Discernment might be a better word than judgement.
Discernment is the activity of determining the value and quality of a certain subject or event, particularly the activity of going past the mere
perception of something and making detailed judgments about that thing. As a virtue, a discerning individual is considered to possess wisdom, and be
of good judgement; especially so with regard to subject matter often overlooked by others.
Do you posses discernment?
Perhaps, and no offense meant to you,
This could also be it:
Ignorance is a state of being uninformed (lack of knowledge). The word ignorant is an adjective describing a person in the state of being unaware
and is often used as an insult to describe individuals who deliberately ignore or disregard important information or facts. Ignoramus is commonly used
in the US, the UK, and Ireland as a term for someone who is willfully ignorant.
Ignorance is distinguished from stupidity, although both can lead to "unwise" acts.
Writer Thomas Pynchon articulated about the scope and structure of one's ignorance: "Ignorance is not just a blank space on a person's mental map. It
has contours and coherence, and for all I know rules of operation as well. So as a corollary to [the advice of] writing about what we know, maybe we
should add getting familiar with our ignorance, and the possibilities therein for writing a good story."
The legal principle that ignorantia juris non excusat, literally "ignorance of the law is no excuse", stands for the proposition that the law applies
also to those who are unaware of it.
We are all free to the see things in whatever way and place they come to us.
To deny another's experience, to me, seems to be ignorance.
You don't know what and if or how,
because you are not this little girl.
Children are amazing creatures if they are allowed to express themselves, especially with art and just random thoughts children have.
My daughter asked me a question the other day that put me into a guide vision about evolution, and I would not of gotten that without her question,
Know the story, then form an opinion, but never deny anothers experience, even if it not anything like you have experienced, because to me, that is
which is to be denied.
Peace, I mean nothing more than to reflect my thoughts while eating breakfast and having coffee.
I might add I have not watchded the video myself, so perhaps I am guilty of judegement too...lol
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