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Do you have a good real life example of judging someone favorably?

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Comments (4)

(1) Harry Pearle, March 5, 2019 4:54 PM

Incredible Lesson in: DOUBT, SHARING, and CHANGING MINDS

Thanks so much for this invaluable and entertaining lesson.
Yes, it is about giving people the benefit of the DOUBT.
But is also about the value of SHARING.
And, for me, above all else, it is about the need to CHANGE our MINDS.

We can become so set in our ways, as the old woman is. We can be blinded by our ignorance. But there is hope that we can wake up. And there is hope that we can help to wake up OTHERS.

Showing people this 3min fun video, might be a beginning to open minds.
"All beginnings are difficult" (Exodus 19.5, Rashi comment)
Thanks so much. This video, made my day! Harry in Rochester NY

nyj, March 7, 2019 10:34 PM

true story

this is based on a true story that occured about 30 years ago sitting in a train or bus or airplane terminal.

Harry Pearle, March 8, 2019 7:03 PM

NYJ - Do you know more details of the true story?

Dear NYJ, thanks for the comment. Can you offer any details of the story, etc.?

I am very curious, because this story might be very helpful to people.
It might help to change attitudes about the value of other people, and vice versa. Hope you can add more, here.... THANKS H

Anonymous, March 21, 2019 8:03 PM

real story

I read something about poor people ( time of the great depression- 1930) in a soup kitchen . The lady thought the man beside her was eating HER soup and she was ready to share. After the meal she realised her coat was on an other chair- meaning: HE was nice enough to share HIS soup with her!


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