Like most people, I used to feel superior over others. Whether it was someone of a lesser moral compass, a spider that was inhabiting my home, or someone whom our beliefs and values were not copesthetic; I judged. I created an opinion about this person or thing and then decided that we were not equal and that I was superior. Judgement is natural. Whether you believe yourself to be a judgmental being or not – you judge. Our egos have made it this way. Just like how we categorize ourselves with labels, we do the same thing to others.
We call a woman who wears tight dresses and has an active sex life a slut.
We call a father who does not pay child support and does not see his children a dead-beat dad.
We a call a child who behaves and listens to adults a good kid.
We a call a mother who takes care of her children and has patience a good mom.
Whether the label be positive or negative,...