It’s a common misconception to think that the ability to find what’s wrong with everything is a sign of intelligence. It’s actually a trap that tricks the judge into feeling separate and superior. The perpetual criticizer develops a mild disdain for the world, while implicitly thinking he could do better. However, this not only sets an insurmountably high bar for the fault-finder, it darkens his or her world view with negativity. If we want to enhance our ability to accurately observe and enjoy the world, looking for all the good we can find is…

A smarter way.

Steve and Jarl