Forgiveness ends all suffering and loss.
These are random thoughts along with quotes as I was guided to different places in the Text this day in relation to our Lesson.
Forgiveness is unlimited. It can heal. It can bring me to the right mind to know my own wholeness.
“Be not deceived about the meaning of a fixed belief that some appearances are harder to look past than others are. It always means you think forgiveness must be limited.” T-30.VI.6:4-5
Through true forgiveness I see beyond the veil. I see beyond the anger of self-attack, the guilt that has consumed me since I believe I had been kicked out of the Garden.
I have never left. I am whole. My brothers are joined in wholeness with me. I look beyond what I believe in them, past their face, their gestures, their words, and their actions, but to the truth what lies beyond the mask of the body.
“Look on your brother with the willingness to see him as he is. And do not keep a part of him outside your willingness that he be healed. To heal is to make whole. And what is whole can have no missing parts that have been kept outside. Forgiveness rests on recognizing this, and being glad there cannot be some forms of sickness which the miracle must lack the power to heal.” T-30.VI.8
God’s Son is perfect. And I am God’s Son.
Excerpt from Lesson 249 in our Journey Through the Workbook for Students: Divine Messages