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Quote for the Day: President Bill Clinton (Being Judgemental)

I think that one of the greatest sins of character almost everybody is vulnerable to is pride.  And we all tend to look at other people who do things we don’t agree with or think are bad things and say, well, whatever is wrong with me, at least I’m not that.  And I think sometimes we are too harsh on other people because it’s like a crutch, we don’t have to deal with whatever is going on in our lives.  And I think it has really helped me to be less judgemental and less hypocritical.

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4 Comments on “Quote for the Day: President Bill Clinton (Being Judgemental)”

  1. Gregg Stocker January 20, 2012 at 9:54 AM #

    Great quote, Chadwick. This country could use a lot more non-judgmental thinking.

    It’s too bad it’s from a political figure because half of us will write it off without even reading it.

    • Chadwick Taylor January 20, 2012 at 10:44 AM #

      That’s a very good point, Gregg. Unfortunately, we judge the person and not the comment, thereby eliminating our ability to learn something new. Thanks for commenting.

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