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Oscar Wilde once said I always pass on good advice It is the only thing to do with it It is never any use to oneself Whether you are graduating high school graduating college getting married or having a baby everyone wants to give you advice As it goes with all things the good comes with the bad And every once in a while someone will you give you a piece of advice that sticks with youFor me the best advice I ever received fittingly came from the best woman that I have ever known That woman was my Memaw She always told me Do not judge anyone Treat others as you would want to be treated Although this advice may be given often Memaw did not just give it she lived it She lived it every single day until she went to be with the Lord in June of 2000 She expected me to live up to those words tooThe advice that she had passed on to me was given to her by her Mother my Great Granny Teet Granny Teet owned a cafeteria in downtown Waco in the 50s and 60s when my Mother was a little girl As most people know the South was still heavily segregated during this time My Great Grandmother did not see skin color though She employed several African Americans and not only did she pay them the same as their white counterparts they were a part of the family Even sharing the same table at holiday dinnersI never met my Great Grandmother but I am thankful her words were passed on to me through my Memaw She would tell me that judging other people shows what kind of person you are not what kind of person they are So whether you are rich poor black white gay straight Christian Jewish Muslim or Atheist you should be given the same rights and liberties that other Americans enjoy No
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