Early on, we learn to see life not “the way it is” but “the way it should be” … so we unconsciously tend to see what’s wrong in life rather than what’s possible (or even what’s true). This leads us to view life with judgment rather than curiosity. Life’s events, situations and people don’t cause problems; our judgment does. Stop “solving problems” and instead change the thinking that created them! As judgment wanes, discernment grows – a capacity to see with clarity and creativity – both are aspects of your inner world, not objects of your outer world.
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