judging

  Opposite you, an exhausted-looking man glances at his phone persistently. To your right, a woman glides a slender brush
It’s easy to make judgements when you are not really in the situation.
What makes a good mom or dad? Not even the people in a single family can agree -- but within that disagreement, there is
Women are hard on themselves, very hard. We tell ourselves everything that we should be doing: lose ten pounds, make the kids eat their veggies, argue less with your partner, go to bed earlier, etc. With 2016 almost half over, I think a better route to take is to give up what we shouldn't be doing.
The Missouri legislature is currently considering the enactment of legislation that would define frozen embryos as human life.
Our society is programmed in a way, that a boy who doesn't play sports is an anomaly. What can we possibly have to say to a boy, if we can't ask him about football, basketball or soccer?
Women's bottoms - I'm not sure this is even street photography. And, some people wonder why street photographers get a bad
I want to take this opportunity to thank all those involved in the production and development of Disney•Pixar's film "Inside Out." The film is named "Inside Out" because it is about the inner workings of the mind, which controls how people behave.
It's amazing how many ways Biblical text can be interpreted and the fact that the same people are willing to interpret the exact same text differently for their own selfish and self-serving purposes, as the need arises.
Young and Entrepreneurial is a series of articles where I've decided to interview and write about young individuals disrupting the world, whether it's through entrepreneurship, research, non-profit work, intrapreneurship or singing, dancing, writing or by just doing something innovative that impacts the lives of many people.
I'm not ready for Sienna to have her mom's sailor mouth, but eventually, when she's a teen, I don't want her to be afraid of speaking the language of her classmates and once she reaches adulthood, I hope to be ready for her to speak such words in my presence as part of normal conversation because the reality is that cursing is ordinary and sometimes, often even, acts as a release for pent up stress.
There are a lot of things about my child that you don't see. You don't know that he loves me with his whole heart, without reservation and without hesitation.
Surely, I lied to myself again, my kids will be like that. I don't know, and I have no way to know, because I'm not a parent
I want to remember what it is like to spend so much time cutting up dinner for the kids that my dinner is cold, lukewarm at best, by the time I sit down to eat. I want to remember the embarrassing public tantrums and the judging eyes from strangers.
Just recently -- 48 years later -- I bought myself a brand new bike. And you know what? I sing on this bike. I let my voice rise in wonder and love. My heart cries from my throat with joy and laughter, with awe and gratitude. I let it rip and roar as I pedal and explore this city that I call home.
For many years, Brown says she thought her self-worth came from helping other people. "But I would never ask for help," she
Instead of making hasty and inconclusive judgments about the nature of our experience, wouldn't it benefit us to suspend judgments until we have measured and analyzed the underlying nature of the phenomena before us?