You see lots of people every day. Some in person. Others through Facebook, Instagram or television. At some point, you make a decision about what they are like – good, bad or in-between. That’s when things get interesting. Because once you develop an opinion – whatever it is – that’s most likely the lens you’ll use all the time. Which, of course, just reinforces what you already think. And so with few exceptions, your initial opinion becomes hardened. But there’s a problem with this way of seeing others. It’s incomplete. And it’s unfair. That’s why you might want to try something new today. When you look at others (especially those you have an unflattering opinion of), ask yourself this question: “What does God see in this person?” And then ask it again. And again. Because if you do, there’s a pretty good chance you’ll end up with a brand new view.