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Good Judgement

Sometimes we can make a minor problem into a huge headache because of the amount of attention we give it. Usually this occurs because we have something to prove maybe because of outside pressure from family, friends, the community to make a point. However, trying to make a point can turn out disastrously wrong because your intention took a different direction and did the opposite of what you set out to do. Once your pride and ego get involved its pandemonium. Your thinking becomes irrational because of your emotional state of mind and your bound to make mistakes when your irritated by something; its inevitable. The best approach to a disturbing  issue is to adjust your attitude to make clever assessments, and sense the level of the problem to determine the type of action needed. In the end, the ability to make good judgements is a matter of being calm under pressure.(photo by David Hung)