Sometimes I catch myself judging others, labeling their behavior as either 'right' or 'wrong', or classifying people as either superior or inferior to me in some respect. Yet such judgment always serves me poorly. I do believe some choices in life are right and others wrong. Some decisions are easier than others, but in between are many shades of gray -- choices that call for much wisdom, love, and ultimately humility. I am responsible for my decisions, but it is not my job to assess the rightness of yours. Doing so always gets in the way of my accepting and loving you. One action or choice in a friend's life is a drop of paint on their palette: by isolating and examining it, I fail to see all the colors of their life. Having shared my own struggles with you, I trust you to make a better choice, even if different from mine.