Here’s an under-appreciated fact for you: We’re all better off when we don’t judge other people. It sounds simple, almost like something you’d teach a kindergartener, but most of us have a hard time living up to it. I am one of those people.
For years, when I looked around at my friends and family, I always found something to be upset, angry, or frustrated about. My subconscious made assumptions and snap judgments, and I often believed them. But thanks to the book “The Work of Byron Katie,” I’ve realized my judgments are often wrong. I’ve also discovered that I judge ... CONTINUE READING