I have a dillema. I am an unabashed meglomaniac. Essentially this means that I believe I am God or at the least; godlike.
On the other hand, as an all knowing old school diety I am aware of the need and benefits of humility.
I am lacking the gene for that behavior. I recognize however that the end result of humility is lack of judgment. Lack of judgment in the sense of judging others by my standards, not that I am incapable of healthy and effective choices.
So I replace humility with the effect of humility which is to accept that all actions are equal. That choices and behaviors have no value other than the worth one places on them internally.
Most of the time exhibiting a non-judgmental mindset is easy and natural for me. But the other day I heard one of the many stories of how one human has treated anouther human. I am not thinking on a global scale here, I am not talking war or genocide which is easily understood and internalized without malice. I am referring here to those common behaviors between individuals, the micro-evil that we all know of. Insert here ==> an event that happened to you or a friend of something you feel was evil done to you or by you.
Those are the situations with which I struggle to accept.
On the other hand, is there no places for judgment in the human experiance. In fact, should any behavior, even humility, be taken to its extreme? Even physics fails at its' most extreme endpoints.