I judge all things as I would have them be. (Lesson)
Judgment was made to be a weapon used against the truth. It separates what it is being use against, and sets it off as if it were things apart. And then it makes of it what you would have it be. It judges what it cannot understand, because it cannot see totality and therefore judges falsely. Let us not use it today, but make a gift of it to Him Who has a different use for it. He will relieve us of the agony of all the judgments we have made against ourselves, and re-establish peace of mind by giving us God’s Judgment of His Son.
Father, we wait with open mind today, to hear Your Judgment of the Son You love. We do not know him, and we cannot judge. And so we let Your Love decide what he whom You created as Your Son must be.
The reading from Walking in This World was all about how, as artists, we often get a glimpse of what our finished work could look like, and of what new technique we can try to achieve it. This sometimes frightens us, because it means doing something different, or doing something big when we’ve been used to working small.
Today I decided not to judge whatever came, to just let it flow. I think my characters are happiest when I do this. Met and surpassed my target today – needed to do extras because I’m going to Manchester tomorrow and may not have time to write.