Who are you if you do not judge? It is as sacred a responsibility to life as is breathing. For you are the architect of your own cathedral, the author of that continued narrative. The center of your own universe. All things in this world are given meaning by way of your comprehension. If life is your chance at divinity, then strive for omniscience. Observe, understand, and judge all that you see and all that you don’t. It is an affliction of sight that finds this process eschewed, a boredom with life that prefers surprise to critical inquiry and supposition. To be disarmed of logic by way of your unpreparedness is to court a death blow.