Judgment comes so naturally
It’s everywhere engrained
From the cradle to the grave
Drilled right into our brain
“Stop”, “don’t”, “you’ll hurt yourself!”
A loving mother coos
“That’s not right,” “it shouldn’t be”
. . . “Do it and you lose!”
Teachers, preachers, pastors, priests
The cops, and neighbors along the way
Help create the judgment space
By much of what they say.
Context, content. . . creates a bias
A basis from which to think
You have to become objective
To make the final link
You are the observer. . . and the actor
In your drama everyday. . .
It’s up to you to catch yourself
IT IS THE ONLY WAY!!