Think You’re Enlightened?

I have an idea, a perception, of myself. I’m on a path toward enlightenment and understanding, but on that path I will meet people who aren’t as “open” as I.  That is my perception, or judgment.  In fact they are simply on another path. My judgment, and subsequent impatience, with…

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Love Honestly

When untruths are told it is to avoid judgment or the negative reactions of those we tell. We don’t want to hurt feelings and we don’t want to be judged by others.  In fact, if people didn’t judge others so harshly, honesty might reign, and in honesty, there is respect…

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One and the Same

Today was a meditation on opinions and perception… these are my notes: Everyone has an opinion. Opinions are constructed by our perception. Perception, or how we see the world, is like snowflakes or fingerprints. No two are exactly alike; they share many similarities, but each has a little something separate…

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Spandex is a Preference (or How I Put my Judgment in Check)

I find myself getting judgmental when I ride my cool vintage cruiser to work, and a spandex-wearing, safety-helmeted, racer-bike guy whizzes past me.  Then I feel guilty for being judgmental.  Then I figure he’s judging me anyway, so I may as well judge how uptight he seems with this snug clothing…

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