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I used to read this in Letters To A Young Poet so many times when I was younger. Rainer Maria Rilke

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GPS-Grace Power Strength: An Open Letter To Judge Jean Boyd: Ethan Couch, Drunk Driving & Words Of Love To The Families

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Too many people forget "Judge not lest ye be judged" Matthew 7:1 I don't understand how people justify judging others, especially their feelings. We are all entitled to our opinions and feelings and no one has the right to condemn anyone else for what they feel or think.

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I love the story of the woman at the well (John 4). It's one of my favorites. In a time where the Samaritans were despised by the Jews Jesus went out of his way to minister to an unnamed woman who was known to have been immoral. Although she didn't wear a scarlet letter she was still rejected by other Samaritans as well as Jews...but Jesus saw past all that (as he always does). It's human tendency to judge others and label them as lost causes based on our own ideas of what or who they should…

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It is not for you or for anybody else to judge, it is only the individual in question that decides whether something is good for him or bad. ~Carl Jung, Letters Vol. II, Pages 461-462

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Rhyming Folders. A way to work on phonological awarentess is to "start with rhyming and syllable segmentation for children with very low levels of PA" (Paul, R., & Norbury, C, C. 2012, pg. 513). Furthermore, Seheule & Boudreau list rhyming activities: judging if two words rhyme, matching two words that rhyme (as cited in, Paul, R., & Norbury, C, C. 2012, pg. 513, para. 2)

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