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Why it behooves you NOT to judge Steve Jobs

My dad used to say, "You should never say 'should'." He was a joker, that guy. He also was averse to judging people, and although he wasn't one to quote the Bible, I remember him exhorting, "Let he who has not sinned cast the first stone."

I recently wrote about judgment and why you (and I) should not judge Steve Jobs for the decision he made to delay an operation that might have saved his life. My piece looks deeper at judgment - why we judge, especially those who may have already suffered enough without the salt of judgement sprinkling into their wound.

Please take a look at the Huffington Post blog piece I wrote, and I encourage you to post your thoughts, feelings, opinons. Not that you should, of course, but it would behoove you to do so. And I'd sure appreciate it. [Speaking of appreciation, thanks again to Redroom for giving us such a far-reaching audience through the Huffington Post!]

Author of Help Me Live (revised): 20 things people with cancer want you to know