Posted on by Matthew Kramer-LaPadula

By creating a habit of looking at other people’s lives and condescending or gossiping or evaluating or judging, we avoid the most necessary observation of all … ourselves. There will be no true understanding of the world outside until we can face ourselves and shed light on our insecurities and feelings. Feeling without knowing why we feel is blind wandering. How can we point our fingers in such blindness? We know neither what we are pointing at nor why we are pointing.