Our Natural Tendency To Judge Can Be Harnessed For Good

We all judge, why not use it to move forward.

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When we look at judgment as a tool for keeping us all on track, it takes the sting out of hearing what other people think.

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I remember being a teenager with a pink mohawk and saying to some old man (my age now), “What are you looking at?!!” Of course, he was looking at me. I wanted him to. I was begging for it.

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Social movements are born of this ability to judge.

When we use judgment as fuel for change, we can harness it for good.

If you live with conviction and integrity, judgment won’t hurt you.

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Writer, musician, toddler wrangler. Author: “How To Be Wise AF”, a 30-day prompted journal-find out more on Amazon. Contact me at e.king.cooks@gmail.com

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