When we notice something that is extremely difficult for us, but is normal for others, is it something worth addressing face-on?
What if it turns out to be something that is better left undone, like rudeness to waiters or cursing, and we already do not do it?… is it still worth facing and evaluating?
I understand easily the value of reevaluating something negative we do, but does it work the other way around, too?
In the dreaded words of Dagny Taggart, it seems to me that only benefit can come of the evaluation – either we are reinforced in our good behavior and ways of thinking, or we are reconstructing our behavior as we deal with our poor ways of behaving and thinking.
It is a win-win situation… or something much like that, anyway.
Perhaps my first step of this will be to stay home alone and be productive (not just sleep all day), and voluntarily so… I could use some evaluation in that department…