Be Kind

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It is easy to judge whenever someone fails or when someone did a mistake. It is also easy to judge them by their acts, how they perform, how they present themselves, or even how they speak. There are a lot of things we people find in other individuals.

One of the things I have been constantly improving is the ability to not judge any person or any event in life. I don’t want to label each person and event as good or bad.

Labeling someone or an event as good or bad limits its ability to scale or blossom. When you label or judge someone, it puts a mark in your mind that this person or this event is like this or like that. Then that label will get stuck. That’s why you keep hearing, that the first impression lasts. The moment we fully allow ourselves to settle into that judgment then that becomes hard-wired in the mind. It will be hard to break the connection or the thinking process on it.

I have judged and still judge people and events even until now. I am aware of it. Sometimes I get carried away too but I do my best to not fully immerse in that thought. I do my best to change my thinking process. I’m very aware of it. I am still in a process of it.

One of the techniques is to constantly remind yourself to be kind regardless of what happened. Being kind doesn’t mean you have to give something or say something to them. It can just be you being quiet and minding your own thought process and not being carried away.

At the end of the day, every individual has their own challenges in life and you don’t know how they were really handling them.

Be kind.

May you reach your dreams.

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