Practice viewing the world with less judgment. One aspect is suspending the questions that make you assess whether things are good, bad, right or wrong. And a helpful way to start off on a different train of thought are musings that begin with:
Cats are peculiar creatures. They seem peaceful and unconcerned much of the time, but highly inquisitive at others. At times they are fiercely energetic and enterprising, exploring the curiosities they discover along their contented journey. And when startled, cats do not hunker meekly, they react violently and with great agility.
e a person…sadness often occur together, they are not the same thing. Sadness occurs when something feels bad. Depression occurs when something feels meaningless. When something feels bad, at least it has meaning. In depression, everything becomes a big blank void. And the deeper the depression, the deeper the lack of meaning, the deeper the pointlessness of any action, to the point where a person will struggle to get up in the morning, to shower, to speak to other people, to eat food, etc.
…e you choose, your brain will go about finding any and all information it can to support that bias. As Dan Sullivan has said, “Your eyes can only see and your ears can only hear what your brain is looking for.” Psychologists call this “selective attention.”