Wednesday 11 March 2020

What's happened to good judgement and wisdom in general?

My dictionary includes having good judgement as part of the meaning of wisdom.

We need more people exercising good judgement.

The response to the coronavirus worldwide is highlighting for me a lack of good judgement by authorities and people in general.

It seems that fear has taken over.

Good judgment and wisdom overall come from a place of love not fear.

I feel that the response to the coronavirus is not just highlighting how quickly fear can take hold.

What is also in stark view is our lack of good judgement when it comes to climate change, suicide, domestic violence, aged cared, health care, name an issue! All of which have not been getting the attention that the coronavirus seems to be getting.

It seems to me that many world leaders who are men are displaying large doses of ignorance and arrogance at the moment. We need to exercise good judgement and rally around people demonstrating wisdom.

Ignorance and arrogance are leading with the head. Good judgement and wisdom in general is leading with heart and coming from a place of love.
Who will you become?

What will you do next?

Be remarkable.

PS No disrespect intended to anyone who has lost a loved one to the coronavirus, is battling the disease, or is being held to ransom by its consequences.

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