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RE: Value Judgements Are Unavoidable

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Posted by Richard Ruquist on October 4, 2000 12:52:36 UTC

I do not think that the phrase, "Judge not, least ye be judge" means that you should not judge. Obviously as many of you in this forum point out that is impossible. We need to judge just to survive. What it means is that how we treat others is how we will be treated.

On a more abstract level, the phrase suggests that there is a balance maintained for each individual. Outgoing evil is balanced by incoming evil, but it is not coincident. Like Karma, the balance can be corrected or achieved at any time in the future.

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