No judgment. No opinions. Just seeing what needs to be done, here and now, in this context, under these circumstances, and doing it. Moment-by-moment in each situation as it arises. We are not free until we are free from our wants and don't wants. That is the freedom that allows us to look things over, to see what is happening and what needs to happen in response, and to do it to the best of our ability with the gifts, proclivities, preferences, traits, virtues, genius, daemon (sounds like "diamond"), original nature/ etc. that came with us from the womb, from one moment to the next. What is possible, here and now? What are our best options, here and now? What is called for? What is the thing to do, all things considered? Do that! With nothing personal to gain, and nothing personal to lose, just being what the situation needs us to be, here and now, through all of the here and now's yet to be. Get that down, and we have it made. And the world will be a better place to be.
Freedom from bondage to our wants and wishes, desires and cravings, is the ultimate release from captivity. We are not free until we are free to choose what needs to be done without being constrained to obey our wants and don't wants, our addictions and our disgusts. Being "free to do whatever we want" is not free at all. It is being enslaved to our lusts and longings. And tormented forever by the delights that remain just out of reach. Seeking our own good at the expense of all other goods is The Law of the Jungle beating at the heart of civilizations around the world over time. When Jesus said, "You shall know the truth, and the truth shall set you free," he meant free from the blinders of desire, and free for seeing and doing the right thing, at the right time, in the right place and the right way-- with no concern for what is, or is not, in it for us. And no intent to benefit, profit, or gain from our effort to serve the good of the situation in light of what it means for all concerned. Our life goal is to live with complete sincerity and without contrivance-- to do what is good with nothing personally at stake in the outcome, and nothing to gain or lose in the transaction-- moment by moment in each situation as it arises, over the full course of our life. No one can do better than that, and it is well within the reach of us all. It only requires a slight shift of perspective in the way we view what is important, and a simple tilt of the will to tip us in its direction. And it is the transformation of life as we know it.