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ARE YOU MY JUDGE?


by Cindy O'Connor

Some judge a man by the shape of his face;
Some judge a man by his color or race;
Some judge a man by his display of wealth;
Some judge a man by the state of his health;
Some judge a man by his station in life;
Some judge a man by his choice of a wife;
Some judge a man by the cut of his clothes;
Some judge a man by the church where he goes;
Some judge a man by the way he can fight;
Some judge a man by his muscles and might;
Some judge a man by the size of his home;
Some judge a man by where he may roam;
Some judge a man by the way that he talks;
Some judge a man by the way that he walks;
Some judge a man by the look in his eyes;
Some judge a man on nothing but size.

But before judging others by your set of rules,
remember judging others is the past-time of fools.
If you must judge others,
and some fools do,
Remember other fools are also judging you.

Perske Pencil Portraits : 1971-1990

(The Bible says: "Judge not lest ye be judged",
"By the same token ye judge, shalt ye be judged".)


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