Daily Inspiration: January 26. Offer Others What You Desire to Experience – Condensed Version

The ego’s world has trained us so that when we first look at, think of or meet people, we judge something about them. It could be the way they dress, their physical appearance, the way they walk, what they think, say, or dozens of other things. The ego does this because its main fuel source is judgment. The ego uses judgment to try to separate us from each other, so it can have us to itself. We sacrifice a massive amount of time and energy to the false idol of judgment, and then complain about how judgmental this world is. Today, instead of first judging people as the ego has programmed us to do, let us retrain our mind to first offer them our gratitude. How would our day and thus life begin to change if we first blessed and were grateful for everyone we saw, thought about and came into contact with?

Today, understanding we are all One, would it not make sense to offer others what we ourself would like to experience? Everything we offer others, be it through thoughts, words and actions, must first flow through us. Thus what we offer others either poisons or nourishes us. Free will offers us this choice in every moment — to poison or nourish, to hurt or heal, and to lift us up or bring us down. Today, let us practice choosing in alignment with our loving nature, and experience the blessings that come from these efforts. When judgment about another tries to pollute your mind, recall that we are all God’s children, all forever worthy of His Love and support. Then simply do what God, Love, would do. Today, gently place aside the ego’s demands for judgment, ask Love to lead you, and you will get to experience the bounty of your harvest.

All glory to God.

Peace, Health, Happiness, Love, Laughter, and Light.

James Blanchard Cisneros
Author of the book “You Have Chosen to Remember”

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How much time we give to judgment stopped me…how true in everything we say, see and do, thank you for this insight as I realize this and try to be aware of it and change.

Thank you Susan for being open to the message.

You are forever worthy of the peace that non-judgment and a trust in your Creator brings to your life, and we are all One, all forever worthy of peace.

Peace. JBC

good Morning,
This is the first time chiming in on your inspirational thoughts. Todays thought is so true. I find myself judging without giving it a second thought. But today, I’m going to make a continuous effort to greet people with a greeting of warm blessings just as you suggested. Just thinking of doing this has made me feel better this morning.
And my your day be Blessed.

Thank you Quanda for being a member of our community and for adding your comment.

When you judge another, do not judge yourself for judging another, instead forgive yourself for judging another, then forgive the other person, then thank the other person (in your mind if you like) for helping you practice forgiveness, for helping you practice valuing forgiveness over judgment, for helping you practice finding true peace.

Peace. JBC

James, thank you for your profound spiritual thoughts! I hope to see you at the Unity evening ACIM this week. Bring your book with you. I’d like to buy a copy from you. Claudia Flores

Thank you Claudia for your kind words.

I shall bring a book and look forward to seeing you.

Peace. JBC

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