You're just in denial of your own self
"You're" contracts "you are". How do you use "are" without judging what "is"?
As you you refuse to acknowledge, there is no judgement being made.
I genuinely don't understand how you can use the third person of the verb "to be" as an assertion in a non-judgmental mode. A call is being made. This is where I endeavor to point out where the ruler is located, lay it down alongside the subject, and say "yeah, that looks about X inches long". But the key is not that *I* can lay down a judgment; rather, that the *other* person can look at the fact of the length of something, judge for themselves, and grow thereby.
You prefer charades, that's cool. Who's winning?
You seriously think me that intellectually dishonest?