Eight mindful perspectives on changing your attitude

It’s easy to judge. It’s easy to point the finger at someone else or even yourself and pass judgment. But how fruitful is that attitude, way of thinking?

Someone sent me this and it made me think:

And that made me think about how often we do this. Everyone of us. We all do this, all the time. We probably do it multiple times every single day. Is it the best thing to do? Is it accurate? Does it serve us and our purpose as well? Does it help us achieve our goals? Is doing this in line with our greater mission statement? Do we really know what’s going on?

Things are often not what they seem.

Human beings are not perfect, but we can be reminded of right and wrong. 

I like ideas like generosity, letting go, patience and non-judging. I think also it’s just a matter of reminding yourself when you do something that’s hurtful or unproductive… It’s not really benefiting anyone, including yourself.

I’m going to try my best to remember these eight things.



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