If you understand the process of evolution, the habit of saying things are “bad” or “good” will drop away. They are semantic shortcuts that say something like “I don’t approve” or “I do approve.” They are not the result of apprehending reality in an open and reflective way.
Judging our experiences is a distortion created to process the ones we do not like. It does not help us to engage with the issue or consider our responses expansively and positively.
There is not a moment in life where there is a lack of opportunity. But learned judgmental thinking used to cope with negative realities causes us to overlook the opportunity.
Same old, same old. Look again. Be curious, find the opportunity.
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