Here Comes the Judge.

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Don’t be concerned with the JUDGEMENT OF OTHERS; we are constantly judging others and moreover ourselves.  Does a minute go by when you are not judging?

Do you know that criticism and judgment will kill you, if not physically, judgment will deaden your spirit.

“Who are you to judge the life I live? I know I’m not perfect and I don’t live to be.
But, before you start pointing fingers make sure your hands are clean.”
Bob Marley
“You listen not for the purpose of judging, criticizing or analyzing. You listen only to help the other person to express himself and find some relief from his suffering.”  —  Thich Nhat Hanh

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Thanks Janice re: Oprah Selling Her Used Clothes?

Janice, thank you so much for you insightful comment re: Oprah cleaning out her closet and selling what she doesn’t want online.

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“Homeless women, veterans, women re-entering the workforce, battered women who left their homes, American Cancer Society Discovery Stores, etc…lots of places to put them to good use…does she need the money?” —Janice

 

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Why Would Anyone Want Oprah’s Used Clothes?

Not me.

Shocked and surprised when Oprah’s March, 2016 issue of “O” reported that Oprah is doing her spring cleaning, removing clothes from her closet that she doesn’t want, and YES, you can buy her USED CLOTHES online.

Wow, are we lucky or what?  “Girl, I love that new sweater you’re wearing.”  “Oh, it’s nothing but a used sweater from Oprah’s closet.  Am I lucky or what?”

This is crazy.  Stardom taken to a new level of insanity.  Oprah, you can keep your used clothes or give them to the homeless.  What narcissism to think people want to purchase your cast offs.  But then, there’s probably enough people who have drunk the Oprah Kool Aid who will want her remnants.

Oprah, don’t cry, I’m just telling it like it is.  Look to the street,  Oprah is waving from the parade walk and The Empress is wearing NO CLOTHES.

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How Many Masks Do You Wear?

We wear two masks: a social face presented to the world and the other to conceal the true nature of who we are as individuals.

Swiss psychiatrist Carl Jung described the social face as one to make a definite impression upon others and the other mask to conceal.

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Did Downton Abbey’s Mr. Carson Quote from the Bible?

Did Downtown Abbey’s unflappable Butler Mr. Carson (Jim Carter) quote from the Bible on the episode that aired January 31, 2016?

No, not really.  But after the Earl of Grantham violently vomits blood while dining, Carson straightens his back and in deep, melodious voice says, “Life is short; death is sure.”  All are silent.

Where did this line of script come from?  Why Girl was intrigued and checked sources.

Life is Short.

“It is even a vapor that appears for a little time and then vanishes away.” (James 4:14)

Death is Sure.

“It is appointed for men to die once, but after this the judgment.” (Hebrews 9:27)

The quote LIFE IS SHORT; DEATH IS SURE is used by evangelical preachers to fill their churches.

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The Envious. You Know Who You Are!

To continue the conversation on Envy: a useful definition on envious people.

The Envious

To envious people, the grass is always greener somewhere else. Even when something great happens to envious people, they don’t derive any satisfaction from it. This is because they measure their fortune against the world’s when they should be deriving their satisfaction from within. And let’s face it, there’s always someone out there who’s doing better if you look hard enough. Spending too much time around envious people is dangerous because they teach you to trivialize your own accomplishments.

Let’s image this notion from the MALE perspective.

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