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30 Days of Gratitude

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Day Thirty: Justice. Do you judge others or situations fairly?  Are you able to keep an open mind and take all the facts into consideration before you judge?  How grateful are you when you have been judged fairly?

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  1. After serving two days of jury duty, the idea of justice is quite fresh in my mind. I try to judge others fairly and consider all the facts before I make a decision. Sometimes our worldview or preconceptions seem to get in the way of good decisions. I believe that to be truly just, one has to push those views aside, and refuse to allow them to fog the judgment. As a part of our country’s justice system, I, with eleven other jurors meted out justice. It was an emotional deliberation, with eleven of us on one side and one on the other. To end the case, we had to compromise, but in the end, I think justice was served with honesty and integrity.


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