“I choose to see my brother’s sinlessness.”
Part of today’s text:
What I see in him is merely what I wish to see, because it stands for what I want to be the truth. (W-pII.335.1:2, 3)
This is an illustration of the mechanics of the mind in its capacity to project images onto the world.
There is a choice in this. You are not required to repeat old tapes. When you choose to see sinlessness you make sinlessness part of you simply by your focus on it. And your focus determines what you see.
The purity that sinlessness exemplifies is the true nature of all: the world and all its inhabitants, including you yourself. Purity gives life and brings joy and peace. It is the gift forgiveness gives.