Beach Walk 442 – Judgment vs Preference

We came across a traffic situation today that ticked me off. I could make up all sorts of reasons to justify my position. But at the end of the day, I didn’t have enough information to really know what was happening.

pisode here. | 3:16

Rather than feeling lost or hopeless though, I realized I can still have my preference for how things turn out, without dissing anyone else. Today’s episode was filmed at Kakaʻako Park in Honolulu, Hawaiʻi.


Hawaiian Word:
Hoʻokolokolo: to judge

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  1. Along with your theme…as a therapist, I’ve seen many instances where:

    Person A: states a preference
    Person B: states a preference
    Person A: becomes angry and defensive, thinking that Person B has attacked them

    When we’re identifying our preferences, it probably works better when we allow room for others to have radically different preferences. Someone else having a different preference does not in any way negate your own preference, or mean that they are putting you down.

  2. Aloha,

    #442 was my first walk with Rox, and I must say I totally agree with your point of view. I admitedly make the same initial judgements all the time. While there are many subjective things in this world, I think that making unfounded judgements is an objective mistake.

    Keep up the good out look,