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I guess there is no understanding and forgiveness in your hearts  People are human and make mistakes and then have to live with their choices.  U are the heartless ones who can not see there are the other who have to live with your judgements

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[user=17741]via623[/user] wrote:

I guess there is no understanding and forgiveness in your hearts  People are human and make mistakes and then have to live with their choices.  U are the heartless ones who can not see there are the other who have to live with your judgements

Just stumbled onto this.  Not sure of the background, so please excuse me if my assumption is skewed.......People are human, they make poor choices, forgiveness doesn't come easily when that poor choice costs an innocent a life.......perhaps forethought might be something we should all strive for....

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I saw this too, and felt overwhelming sadness for anyone who would feel so judged.  We are only human...  it's a lonely and misunderstood, cruelty sometimes when we sit in what we feel is tremendous judgement by others.  But I have learned over the years that the Bible speaks truth in usually that if someone is judging so harshly at the splinter in another's eye, they usually have a large plank in their own eye.  I try not to make myself so concerned with what others feel of me...  it doesn't change the foundation of who I am, of which I am quite secure in...

You who feels so poorly judged, please don't give up on humanity.  there are those compassionate, humble souls that truly care...

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