We are often quick to make a snap judgement rather than think first before we would act. A pattern of being normal and acceptable guides our judgements into a comfort zone without a single thought or new theory tested. To comfortably remain disengaged by judging without thought will lead us to nowhere.
The reality of conditions and circumstances and how they relate to you are always in front of you. You will either mindfully engage or act without giving it a thought. By thinking, learning and applying what you have learned, you will find your own way. Going our own way affords us the opportunity to grow from these owned and lived experiences. We learn nothing from judgements that make us the same as others.
Start first with a clear purpose for your life. To then reach this determined purpose, align to be mindful amid all conditions, circumstances and relationships of reality to make progress toward your purpose. Thinking can only start within you, better to think your way through life toward a purpose to earn success. Even the non-thinking can be normal and acceptable.
“Who looks outside, dreams; who looks inside, awakes. Thinking is difficult, that’s why most people judge.” — Carl Jung —