"Judge lasts. Feel better this week on my instagram. We rolled this out as a new HASHTAG. Hashtag Joe Jealous feel better. Here's what I know. A lot of people want twenty twenty emotional freedom. There's so much emotional weight and exhaustion in our current culture because because of social media but also it's how people live their lives like if you're constantly judging yourself you feel terrible especially you're judging yourself of a negative way but what happened is social media has taught us to judge something in fifteen seconds or less in sixty seconds or less in one hundred characters or less and so you're constantly all think about this. This is something humanity is missing right now. This action quick scrolling through has sped up the speed of our judgment. We are training each day to judge faster follow. We don't realize we are physical izing rapid judgment in our culture. It's why don't look at my phone very often. Think about that from we are physical izing rapid judgment the infinite scroll created a situation in which you're infinitely judging at faster pace and as you judge faster pace it's come into your brain and you don't even know it. It's literally part of you. Now you see her judge in one second you judged her in a second or less and it's gotten faster in the human brain because of our technology Dr Tools but also judgment leads to exhaustion judgments exhaustion. That's why I say judge less feel better. Please notice how often you're judging other people like I think one of the reason. I have great relationships. I don't judge people sometimes if they do an action. That's not right or something. I'll call them out. I'm very explicit about that but I don't judge a person's character I don't like global is and generalize about people because I think all all of us going through struggle and it's it's hard sometimes and and and we don't have our best days everyday and so I'm I'm like the like if you ever talked to a person who forgiving. I'm that guy. I'm like so fast and forgiving. Because when I was nineteen years old I couldn't forgive a woman who cheated on me in a relationship and I couldn't forgive myself for actions that probably led to her cheating on me in the relationship and so I hated myself and I hated her a held on that to the point I became suicidal and I got it. I was like if I don't learn to let go. I'm miserable or take my life and so I developed this capacity for me. It was a spirited capacity by reading books and spirituality of like understanding that I have to forgive forgive and I've got to let go and so I've tracked practice for twenty years trying to do that so if I get upset about something I tried to let it. Go Super Fast acknowledging the the next right action of integrity move on but think about your relationships. I bet there somebody in your relationship. You're still angry about something. They did. Five years ago and jury member even when they don't and you make sure to bring it up in a fight about the vacuum cleaner and it was really turns into into something that happened five years ago and this stuff is bubbling up for you because you had this judgment and this reaction is feeling and you're still angry about it. That's why you don't feel better. The way to feel better is defined emotional freedom the only path to surefire emotional freedom begins"