It’s not for us to judge what others do.
There are systems in place for that, and as individuals and human beings, we should not feel entitled to decide if other people’s behaviour is right or wrong.
Today we are given the illusion that we have this right, that it is necessary for us to let everybody know what we think about this or that event.
We have lost the capability to use others’ actions for self-reflection (and betterment), and we just cherry pick facts and happenings that confirm to ourselves and the world we are already better, smarter, braver, fairer.
We have lost the empathy to understand others behave like they do not because they are mean, devious, malicious, but just because they are facing our very same challenges, trying to make sense of a life that does not help them in the effort.
We have lost the courage necessary to look within ourselves first, to sit in front of a mirror and think about who we are and who we are not, the things we like and we want more of, the things we dislike and we want less of, and we drown in a continuous flow of superficial interactions that end up being shouts in the dark.
We have lost, and we are losing every day the sense of perspective, of what is important, of why should I care, or what is my role in all this.
We have lost, but we can take all of this back. It’s a choice we make every day.