Judgment invariably restricts our perception. When we are caught up in being judgmental, by definition our perception becomes very narrow because all we are able to see is our own little viewpoint. Yet as we open ourselves up to seeing things from another viewpoint—regardless of whether or not we have agreed with this particular viewpoint—we are in that moment expanding our perception. Perhaps we become aware that diversity is always to be celebrated, and to never be judged. Perhaps we have remembered that we do not need to defend our opinions simply because our opinions are not what defines us. When we no longer feel we have to cling to rigid belief systems and points of views, we free ourselves from the need of making fear-based judgments, and instead we are able to embrace that wonderfully sweet diversity which exists to reveal the infinitude of All That Is.