Moving Past the Judgment

2664d0e2789d58be9784c145b6b47963It is in our nature to judge others, we do it naturally, judging someone else’s behavior, actions, motives or past. It is a biological need to do this because it will help protect you from harmful situations and people and of course this is important to your survival.

It really jumps out at you when you observe people being judgmental about the behavior of others. It seems that today the judgments of others are high and the reactions to others are based on  blind judgment and hate, it stands out and makes you wonder why it is that way. When you judge someone else in this manner you define yourself, not them. I think it is important to remember this.

The High Road

What Road Are You Traveling? 

high-roadA thought for today.  When you look at life from the window of your soul, you realize that there is a duality of all people and they are in constant struggle.  There is a continuous choice between paths. One is the high road and the other is the low and they are based on the moral decisions that we make each day.

Moral decisions that are based on the positive energy of caring, love, honesty, understanding etc are made on the high road.

Whereas the moral decisions that are guided by lying, cheating, intolerance, rigidity, hate or judgment are found on the low road.

Worst Question Yet

 Would you rather be a worried genius or a joyful simpleton?

by Jonathan Hilton  Day 40

37When I read this question I don’t know whether to laugh or cry. My answer is neither  but not because I have anything against genius or even anything against a simpleton, (whatever that means).

 I assume the question is designed to make you feel like genius comes with worry and if you are a simpler person you will experience joy. I reject the question as biased and borderline offensive.  Here are my thoughts.