We are accustomed to thinking of the Ten Commandments — the list of things inherited from our Jewish forebears to do or not do in order to stay right with God. What we don’t notice very often is that Jesus gave us additional commandments. Since they are not in the “Thou shalt not …” formula we can miss them. Take this line from the Sermon on the Mount.: “Stop judging, that you may not be judged.” How about if we wrote it “Thou shalt not judge.” As we might suspect the commandments of Jesus make a personal claim on us. We judge others all the time and usually attach to the judgment some value statement that produces shame or blame. How about we just love each other!