Originally Posted by Uplift
Its not my judgement, Its fact.
By "it", do you mean "what I believe is true about the people listed here"? You believe that what you believe is true (this person is good; that person is dumb) is fact, and not judgement?
While I think you're right that being committed to your own sense of rightness can lead you to great personal power -- witness all the people we've listed in this thread; regardless of how you or I judge them, they achieved a great deal of power (such as it is), didn't they? -- I also believe that being 100% convinced of your own righteousness and 0% committed to being open to the possibility that something else would work better is a great way to keep yourself tethered in the darkness of what you don't know you don't know.
I'd rather be free.