Discussion Board > Forgiveness

The WOM talks about vigilance and discipline in judgment. One needs to be always in forgiveness - I forgive you before, during, and after. Is this what is meant? Am I in judgment when I forgive someone or something? Am I saying I am better than; or am I pushing myself to be just an observer? Wasn't Christ an observer, judge, and teacher in his own way? Or by focusing on being just an observer, we truly become one and our forgiveness is real? Is the Conductor letting it flow and allowing each part of self to be expressed and the total piece or community evolving?

February 25, 2014 | Unregistered CommenterJohn Shuman