You did it.
You didn’t do it.
Consider the impact of these statements. If the “it” is judged as bad, the first statement is an invitation to guilt, and the second statement is an invitation to temporary relief. If the “it” is judged as good, the statements’ invitations are reversed. Any relief coming from a judgment is temporary, so underneath that relief still runs the anxiety of denying your true identity as a child of God, as a child of the Oneness. If you deny your identity, then you deny the true identity of all others.
There can be no true comfort in this perspective, this back and forth. Every situation in which you find yourself is an open door back to your true identity and that of all others. You can only walk through this door if you surrender judgment of any kind. As you surrender judgment, you surrender…
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