SUBJECTIVE and OBJECTIVE
My life was impacted immensely when I finally understood the above. In studying UBA's, I have seen that compassion not judgment emerges because UBA's understand the spiritual significance of those words. ...
An analogy that helped me greatly to understand subjective and objective is this:
A bathtub is in the room, the water in the tub is 90 degrees. That is objective. That is reality
You and I are both in the room with the tub. You just came in from a room that was 115 degrees. I just came from a room where it was 0 degrees. If you were to get in the tub the water would feel cold. If I was to get in it might be too hot to handle. That is subjective. Reality is different for each of us because of "WHERE WE CAME FROM or CONDITIONING". This is subjective. Up for personal interpretation.
How do we look at life, problems, issues, etc? Objectively or Subjectively? Who is right, who is wrong? The HOT persons experience to the bathtub or the COLD persons?
Consider that what might serve us more in finding the truths of our lives is not looking at life in the form of RIGHT OR WRONG (subjective) but in the form of WHAT WORKS AND WHAT DOESN'T WORK for you personally (objective). To force subjective truths onto someone else is deeply arrogant. To say that a person is wrong because they experience the water differently than another does not and will not work.