A judgment relying on the key characteristics and motivations of a specific person. The judgment utilizes historical data to predict a response to a particular obstacle or situation.

Before relying on the term to support a position it is wise to understand the disposition of the term’s purported intention.

Skilled commanders typically refrain from putting an ill-equipped soldier into battle without first running real-life exercises to gauge the probability of success.

Why should we be any different?

Replication promotes duplication without hesitation. It’s true a leopard does not change its spots. However, they are subject to discoloration over time as they navigate the Earthly elements.

Judge not with fleeting emotions, but with rooted facts.

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Day 321: The Character Judgment

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