I do my best to leave the words ‘good’ & ‘bad’ out of my speech, or at least to put them in quotes for perspective, whenever possible.
No ‘good’ or ‘bad’ foods, meditations, workouts, hair days, or weather events.
Practicing non-judgement can be quite liberating.
It means that you don’t have to beat yourself (or someone else) up.
Instead, you can simply see things, behaviors, events, for what they are.
This frees you from feeling either ‘good’ or ‘bad’ about things, and allows you to be who you really are.
You are beyond the definition of good.