I don't know anyone who likes to be harshly judged or to have wrongful presumptions made about them. And yet, most of us are really good at judging others and make wrongful presumptions about life around us and the people in it.
How lazy it is to tease someone because they're not like you but you don't take the time to ask why they do things differently.
How lazy to presume your way is better without first checking if there are other alternatives out there and be open to being challenged.
How lazy to make passive-aggressive comments about other people's choices because they don't align with yours, especially if you haven't taken the time to check how good your choices really are.
Wouldn't it be a more fun world if we paused our judgemental presumptions and engaged in eye-opening conversations instead? Expanded our horizon, extended our thinking, grew as humans, developed, learned and connected on a deeper level?
Your life, your choice!
This is a daily, micro-blog, taking less than 2 minutes to read, offering you insights into how presumptions, beliefs and stories shape our lives and worldview, for better or worse.