@cind I used to feel the urge to do it, but now I let it go if I recognize it is preference rather than something critical to my survival (like redoing my seatbelt)
The change came when I recognized my preferences and tastes were not an objective judgement. What I dislike in my work may be what others find beautiful
I agree with that. Plus, it can also be a momentary desire. Like sometimes I'll make a change but the next day I'll like the older version better haha.
At the same time, it's hard to go from recognizing that it's not objective to convincing your own brain to believe it (especially in regards to your own work which you are attached to emotionally), if that makes sense.
@cind It feels objective to you because you're the only frame of reference to your brain that feels truly real, because you only experience life from your perspective.
I didn't fully convince myself of it until I became convinced there was no objective judge of my worthiness; only billions of subjective judges
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