Confusion of Judgment By: David Rader II on September 20, 2008 @ 6:04 PM
Perhaps my confusion arises because I allow the judgment of people to be in high esteem, when clearly people do not currently have the best methods of judgment, or surely there would be happiness everywhere. Perhaps it is because there is an overabundance of judgment pouring out from the people and hearing it is likened to a bee sting. You may survive a few bee stings, but many will kill you unless you become immune to it. I know of two types of immunity to such a thing. Mental immunity where it still happens, but it is deneyed, and physical immunity where it is accepted, but gently embraced. It seems even modern immunization arrives from this theory.