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When judging a person's statement, the just man behaves like a software compiler. A component made from one million lines of code may fail to compile because of a single line. A just man will not agree with a statement of someone simply because everything else that person has said is correct. A ten line program that has syntax errors on every line but the first one will not error until the compiler evaluates the second line. A just man will not disagree with someone's statement simply because everything else that person has said is wrong. Lines of code may be ugly or inefficient, but if no syntax errors exist and every reference checks out, it will compile. The just man holds no prejudices to a person's belief system or style, but rather evaluates each statement one at time.
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