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"Judge not, that you be not judged." (Matthew 7:1) (1 min 39 sec)


    1. "Judge not, that you be not judged" is a frequently misinterpreted verse.

    Is judgment a fundamental error that stems from the belief in separation from God and from each other?
    Is judgment the ego's tendency to see others as separate and flawed based on limited perceptions?
    When we judge others are we projecting our own inner guilt and self-judgment?
    When we judge are we reinforcing the belief in separation and perpetuating the cycle of guilt and fear by condemning others?
    Could the truth be that there is no need for judgment because, in reality, we are all one with God and with each other?
    Is the quote "Judge not, that you be not judged" a reminder to let go of judgment and to extend forgiveness instead?
    When we forgive others, are we releasing ourselves from the burden of judgment and allowing the love of God to flow through us?
    Is your perception of others a reflection of your own inner state?
    When you judge others, are you actually seeing a distorted version of yourself?
    Are you willing to see others through the eyes of love and compassion?
    Are you able to recognize the Christ presence within your brother and within yourself?
    Do you feel by withdrawing your projections and choosing to see everyone with love and forgiveness that you are doing your part to contribute to a more peaceful world?
    I am sorry.
    Please forgive me.
    Thank you.
    I love you.
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