Setanta, yes, we are by nature judging beings. Our every moment is one in which we make discriminations, some strong enough to be called hard--even harsh--"judgements", some weak enough to be called mere "preferences."
I like the ideal, however, of trying to experience actions, events, places, etc. without judgement, "prereflectively", if only to experience them more openingly, more directly, without the filter of categories, standards, criteria, etc. kind of an innocent phenomenalism. But if I am to respond to things, I guess you're right: the response very likely reflects some kind of discrimination, a picking and choosing of things. Hard to exist otherwise, except perhaps for rare and fleeting moments.