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Being a non-judgmental Observer


Have you noticed that judgment comes easily? It is difficult for me to be non-judgmental. The reflex is to judge an action as good, bad, stupid, wise or whatever. Even worse (see, there goes judgment again) is the tendency to label people the same way.It is entirely possible that this only afflicts me, but I […]

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MKE 2018 Week 24 – Promises

promised rainbow

Promises in the Bible In the Questions and Answers at the end of Lesson 24, we find this interesting statement: You will also be able to say, “It is not I that doeth the works, but the ‘Father’ that dwelleth within me, He doeth the works.” You will come to know that the “Father” is […]

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MKE 2018 Week 22a – Wealth

Bag of money

Wallace Wattles says that is isn’t so much WHAT you do as it is HOW you do it that brings you wealth. Of course, your attitude about money plays a part as well. So many people are of two minds when it comes to money: They want it, but they feel guilty about that. I […]

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2018 MKE Week 18 – Judgmental

symbol of justice

Franklin MakeoverThis week in my Franklin makeover, my word is discipline. I am disciplining myself to be a non-judgmental observer of life. I find that I am extremely judgmental according to the dictionary.Being the Non-judgmental ObserverI used to think that being judgmental meant finding fault and I had pretty much given that up (except for criticizing […]

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Personal Pivotal Needs

Everybody has needs.  According to Simply Psychology, Maslow posited that human needs are arranged in a hierarchy: ‘It is quite true that man lives by bread alone — when there is no bread. But what happens to man’s desires when there is plenty of bread and when his belly is chronically filled? At once other (and “higher”) needs […]

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