Why is this post titled “GUILT– Why?”
Is today’s post — on the 1800th day of consecutive blogging here at The Year(s) of Living Non-Judgmentally — an examination of why we human beings experience guilt?
Why would I attempt a post of such sweeping scope on a morning when I have only 15 minutes to create it before I need to get ready for work?
Here’s why “GUILT — Why?” is today’s title:
Yesterday, in my office, somebody was trying to figure out why they were experiencing increased feelings of guilt. The conclusion was that this person was not getting enough sleep and was eating more sweets and carbs.
Why would lack of sleep and a less healthy diet cause more guilt?
I have no guilt about
- not answering my own questions in this post and
- sharing my other photos from yesterday.
Just a reminder … I can find a helpful video on YouTube by searching on my post’s title.
Why should you feel any guilt about leaving (or not leaving) a comment?
GRATITUDE (for all who helped me create this post and for you) — Why?
My inner judge says Not Guilty Ann 💛… unless its your birthday and I forgot!