Sometimes Wisdom Requires Judgmentalism and Intolerance.
So often today the buzzwords are "tolerance," "compassion" in an I'm OK, you're OK world of moral relativism where there is no recognition of Truth.
Judgmentalism, because we have to know the difference between good and evil, the beautiful and the ugly. We owe it to ourselves and the people around us, the communities we are in. “Yes, prejudice is wrong; but a well-honed and hard-won habit of good judgment is a hallmark of moral and intellectual maturity.” Seek good judgment.
And, finally, intolerance, because:
Socrates was intolerant of the Sophists. Moses was intolerant of Pharaoh. Jesus was intolerant of the Pharisees. Frederick Douglass was intolerant of slavery. Blessed Rupert Mayer was intolerant of the Nazis. Blessed Mother Teresa was intolerant of abortion. Blessed Pope John Paul was intolerant of the culture of death. Intolerance can be a beautiful thing — you just need to know how to do it properly.
See the complete article by Kathryn Jean Lopez of National Review Online, HERE.