Friday, May 9, 2008

2 Tough Answers

If you answered YES to the abortion question; you just killed Beethoven.

As far as the Candidates go:

Candidate A is Franklin D. Roosevelt.
Candidate B is Winston Churchill.
Candidate C is Adolph Hitler.

I only posted this in hopes that it would make a person think before judging someone that they don't know completely. But that's just my opinion though, and who the hell am I?


Anonymous said...

I agree. Thats why I responded with not enough information and that I was unable to answer. Thanks for making that clear for people to understand, you just can't judge without knowing the person. YA

Anonymous said...

An inquired or required decision is dissimilar from judgement.

Anonymous said...

Far too often, we make decisions without considering all the facts and information concerning a person and/or situation. And, far too often, we act out, cast out, speak out our opinions and never truly wanting to hear facts or truth.
This is called judging.

An inquired or required decision still means you have to judge and weigh your options which hopefully makes you gather as much infomation as possible before we are so quick to cast our opinion.

Anonymous said...

Far too often, we are faced in making decisions based on limited knowledge.
Making a decision and judging are completely different aspects of society.
Acting out, speaking out, and casting out are all controllable behaviors that are not required of neutral, stable decision making.
Gathering information can be helpful and make the decision more appropriate or accurate but does not require judging of either individuals or groups. Sometimes too much information can interfer with a solid decision.
We should all learn to make decisions based upon limited information because that is part of life. Judging is not required to make an educated and intelligent decision.
Gathering information may sway a decision and actually cause an opinion to waiver along the lines of judgemental.
There is not a perfect scenario, but, I truly believe that substinent decisions can be made w/o judging characters and judging characters can be made w/o substinent decisions.

Anonymous said...

In this scenerio, I think we were ask to make a decision based upon the life styles and situation of each group.

There wasn't enough information to make an educated intelligent decision without forming judgement on the person's character and/or situation.

So therefore, in this scenario, a judgmental decision was made based upon the persons character and life style that gave very limited information. That is judging.

Anonymous said...


Anonymous said...

"they will not be judged by the color of their skin but by the content of their character."

This can be used to form an intelligent, educated decision.

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