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  1. That is what the handicapped parking spot is for. If there were no such spots available, why didn’t the handicapped person park in the two spots (instead of the Audi) with her handicap placard displayed?

  2. I heard this once בשם R’ Meilich Biderman:
    Why do we say to be דן ל’כף’ זכות – a כף is a spoon (or in this case a shoe horn). When someone can’t get his foot into a shoe, he uses a shoe horn. His foot didn’t get smaller and the shoe didn’t get bigger but somehow the ‘spoon’ made it happen. So too we need to use the ‘כף’ when judging others. It could be this and it could be that but by being דן ל’כף’ זכות, something other than what that we initially thought may actually have happened!

  3. This is a beautiful video of how to judge things positively and you give a negative comment. There are no handicapped spots in this park. Even your way, the same 3 spots would have been used.

  4. Obviously there were no handicapped spots available. Unfortunately often able bodied people park in handicapped spots without thinking as has been discussed on tls before. If she had parked in between two spots,if someone had parked in the next spot,there would not have enough room for the ramp and the wheelchair to come out.

  5. Excellent observation and insight! Sometimes you got to read BETWEEN THE LINES to understand what’s happening. And I don’t think I’m out of line for saying that. In fact, I’m probably just an ordinary middle-of-the road kind of guy.

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