In the end you are only left judging yourself.
If someone else lets the judging that another did affect them,
it was their choice to let that happen.
You must make yourself available to receive outside influence.
So then, if you are mainly judging yourself,
do you lie or do you open your eyes to your flaws,
and marvel at the things you did right?

Most people can see through the malaise that another has up,
they can tell if someone is lying to themselves, and even if not right away,
it does become evident through the products of their actions.
You can tell yourself how beneficial you are
based on the products of your own actions.
Those that are closer to the lighter and dark side of the force
will migrate to those that share similar ideals.

The question then is really, what keeps you up at night?

Some think about God.  Since he/she is portrayed as a benevolent force
a society could do a lot of good by following the ideals that make up
"God".  Aside from the acts of faith, or more specifically, acts of the
Holy Spirit that have been noticed or possibly documented over time, it
could be said that the organized religion is nothing more than the
collection of rules that a group in society want to judge themselves
on.  They hold up ideals and a prize at the end of the tunnel to keep
the believer holding them in check.  Human nature is to make a
situation work for that person for the better – I’d like to think that
some do this without even noticing all the consequences of their
actions – and so this is why we see so many control structures in
organized religion with paths of terror and death.

The ends justify the means?

Ah, we could okay about any action if that was true.

Even though the one holding the gravel at the end of the day
is you for the one you look at in your reflection,
if you ignore the often obvious amount of self awareness
that another has you can pretty well judge yourself
by the types of those that you keep around yourself and
consider the one that looks like you in the glass to be
fairly empty and shallow.

While I don’t want to leave anyone behind.  I hate the idea
of forsaking anyone.  If someone was to prove false to themselves,
I would have a very difficult time wanting to keep them around me.

Am I disposing of that individual?  Could it be said that they disposed
of themselves?  If they have gotten to know me at all, they should
possibly know that my intention is true, communication is key, and that
love is honest.  If they value my opinion or even me then they, as well
as I, will proceed with a course of action that continues the
connection between us.  Heh, if you don’t dispose of it, then you are
holding onto it right?

Don’t become a pack rat of that which
you have touched.  I suppose it would be better to be a pack rat of
society than the hermit with almost nothing since most other things
have been disposed of (yes I know that not EVERYTHING is a direct
recourse of actions performed – that is what unjust actions are all
about).  Maybe something similar to a pack rat, someone that can put
something away or even give it to a friend but accept it back after
time has passed is where the ideal is.  You are never forsaking or
disposing of anything, if something makes itself useless, then you do
what you do with useless stuff, remove it from yourself, yet accept it
back when the situation changes for the better.  Nothing is useless you
say?

Ah, that’s why you have your baby teeth still right?

Oh, you have it in a jar from when you grew up, pack rat.

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