Judgment day

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Judgment day
My mother always counseled me to never stand in judgment of someone for fear of being judged in return. I believe she thought there was some kind of hurtful negative connotation to stand in judgment of someone. What happens if my judgment is that they are wonderful? According to the Oxford dictionary, to judge is the ability to make considered decisions or come to sensible conclusions. I like that definition because it doesn't carry with it all that negativity. And let's be honest. We all judge pretty much everything all the time. We're constantly evaluating what's on offer in front of us, then placing it into neat little mental boxes: good, bad, wonderful, avoid at all costs. When we go to an audio show we're there for the camaraderie and to see all the cool toys but, inevitably, there's that one or two rooms where we can't wait to form an opinion. To judge our likes and dislikes. We can judge something as extraordinary. A real treasure. Those are the good judgment days.
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