Reflection On Sue Monk Kidd

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When thinking about what Sue Monk Kidd wrote in her novel she was right about how hard it is to find something that truly matters to you. But when I considered it further I found that I’ve always known what mattered to me and that is helping the autism community. My brother was diagnosed with autism at the age of eighteen months, and his disability has opened my eyes and made me realize that you cannot judge people. The reason this matters to me is that I’ve grown up experiencing societies judgment of these children. The major problem I see is that we as a society judge people too quickly. If people stopped and tried to understand someone beyond what they initially perceive then they would be less judgmental. If they stopped to understand someone
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