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"Father, forgive them, for they know not what they do." (Luke 23:34) (1 min 25 sec)

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    1. The world we perceive is an illusion, a projection of the sleeping mind that has forgotten its true identity as spirit, one with God.

    The "them" Jesus refers to:
    The ego - the illusory sense of a separate self we mistakenly believe in, which is the root cause of all suffering and guilt in the dream of separation from God.
    The body and world we perceive through the ego's lens - mere symbols of the separation that have no reality apart from the false beliefs and judgments we project onto them.
    When Jesus asks the Father (symbolizing our true Self) to "forgive them", he is not condoning any perceived wrongs, but shining the light of forgiveness on the entire illusory thought system of separation and guilt.
    "They know not what they do" is our inherent state of spiritual amnesia, having forgotten our true nature as God's one Son. Forgiveness is the recognition that the ego and its projections were never real, merely mistaken beliefs calling for release rather than condemnation.
    True forgiveness involves looking past the dream of separation altogether and awakening to the eternal reality of God's unified Love.
    #thinkgod
    I am sorry.
    Please forgive me.
    Thank you.
    I love you.
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