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Don't judge a book by its cover.

I started training for my new job this week. One of the things we were told to think about was how not to pre-judge someone. We were told to watch Susan Boyle’s first audition for Britain’s Got Talent. 358 more words

Dragonfruitus Resumptus

Ok, where was I?

Oh yes. My previous post was delayed by an unanticipated need to go the the hospital where one of Joy’s relatives is ill.   572 more words

Personal Stories

The Company that we Keep

One of my friends made a comment on her Facebook page the other day and it got me thinking. It was something along the lines of “do you judge people based on the company that they keep, and has your judgement been wrong?” At first, I didn’t think anything about it but then I realized that many of us are guilty of doing just that. 697 more words


Perceptions and gossip, with a side order of pre-judgement

I am a firm believer in the continuous ebb and flow of people in our lives.  Some people come into our lives and literally stay for a lifetime – others are with us for such a short time, yet they leave such a long-lasting footprint.  386 more words


Old Man, Young Women, and My Shattered Stereotypes

Have you ever pre-judged someone in your head and then found out the truth which in turn made you feel very small and ashamed? This happened to me Friday with one of my student’s parents. 403 more words


Lady Gaga: As High As A Pie In The Sky!

Hahahahahahahahahahaha…If you read my earlier post you would have felt the detestI harboured for this average talent..

But now I just love her cuz she is so daaaaym werid!! 13 more words

Lady Gaga


Having conversations with difficult people often enough will eventually wear you down; won’t they?

The word ‘difficult’ already has a negative connotation as it’s a description of something that is hard, complex, intricate or elaborate.  312 more words