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Page8 POST-GAZETTE, SEPTEMBER 14, 2012 F St. Rosalia (Continued from Page i) (Photos by Rosario Scabin, Ross Photography) Saints Cosmas & Damian (Continued from Page 1) (Photos by Rosario Scabin, Ross Photography) Hazardous Waste, Tires & Propane Tanks Drop-off for Boston Residents (oil-based paint only) Saturday, Sept. 29 9:00 to 2:00 UMass Parking Lot, Morrissey Bird Dot. Saturday, Nov. 17 9:00 to 2:00 Public Works Yard, 315 Gardner St, West Roxbury Residents may bring up to 50 pounds of products labeled toxic, flammable, reactive, corrosive, or poisonous; such as: motor oil, pesticides, solvents, glues, cleaners, weed killers, photo chemicals, pool chemiCal,Lcar batteries. COMPUTERS, TVs, and ELECTRONICS will be accepted on September 29th only NO COMMERCIAL WASTE ACCEPTED PROOF OF RESIDENCY REQUIRED Boston Public Works Department Thomas M. Menino, Mayor; Joanne P. Massaro, Commissioner For more information, please call 617-635-4500 or visit www.cityofboston.gov/recycling Criticizing Others by David Saliba Sticks and stones may break my bones But names will never harm me For when I die you will cry For all the names you called me I remember this quote when I was little as a response to insulting bullies. We often see and hear people criticize, make fun of and dislike others because of their appearance, the way they talk, their race or their faith. We are all human beings. People are what they are by the accident of their birth. Some are born with physical defects. Others are born to particular faiths. Others are born in foreign countries. It's not right to humiliate others whom you think are not up to your standard of what is correct. LOOK IN THE MIRROR. The following is a poem to live by. DON'T JUDGE OTHERS TOO HARSHLY Pray do not fault with the man who limps, or stumbles along the road,, , Unless you have worn the shoes he wears, or struggled beneath his load. There may be tracks in his shoes that hurt, though hidden away from the view. The burden he bears, placed on your back, might cause you to stumble, too. Don't sneer at the man who's down today, unless you have felt the blow, That caused his fall, or felt the shame that only the fallen know. You may be strong, but still the blows that were his, if dealt to you, In the self-same way at the self-same time, might cause you to stagger, too. Don't be harsh with the man who sins, or pelt him with word and stone. Unless you are sure, yea doubly sure, that you have no sins of your own. For, you know, perhaps, if the tempter's voice should whisper as soft to you, As it did to him when he went astray, 'twould cause you to falter, toot [Author Unkaw11)