22 Feb '12, 11am

@Notorious_QRG

This perfectly encapsulates the dissatisfaction I've always felt at judgmentalism towards people who are (allegedly or otherwise) "judgmental": "...But again, if you ask people to describe how they've behaved over the years, you will often find that they say they've looked at it very differently, according to the stage of life that they're at. Here i am, for example, sitting here with all the wisdom of my sixty years- what at thought, sixty!- and I can definitely see how I've looked at things differently after forty. I'm less tolerant of bad behaviour, I think, than I used to be. And why do you think that is?" Pat shrugged. "You get a bit more set in your ways? You become more judgmental?" "And what is wrong with being judgmental?" Domenica asked indignantly. "It dives me mad to hear people say:' Don't be judgmental'. That's moral philosophy at the level of an Australian s...

Full article: http://gssq.blogspot.com/2008/12/this-perfectly-encapsula...

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