Everyone responds to life differently. Behavior that’s unpleasant or weird to you may seem perfectly reasonable from another perspective. Since you can’t know what it’s like to be anyone else, judging them is an illogical and counterproductive exercise. It’s nonsensical because they are simply doing what anyone with their DNA and life experience would do. It’s damaging because judgments hurt you first, even when they’re directed outward. As long as their actions aren’t harmful, allowing them to do as they please without the burden of your disapproval is the hallmark of enlightened behavior. It’s called:


Steve and Jarl