Thoughts on “What is the Last Judgment?” in the ACIM Workbook
A judgment is an opinion, assessment or conclusion that could be this or that. However, there is only one truth in expression. What use is a judgment when all is true and wholesome, lovely and good?
The idea of judgment is born within the context of identification with form. The term “last judgment”, especially when written with initial capital letters, has an aura of impending doom. All of that is hogwash.
The last time you will judge is the last judgment, and the sooner you get to that point the merrier you will be. For you are truth in expression, lovely, joyful, peaceful and free. Passing judgment keeps you locked into mistaken identification. You are far better off looking for the light in everything and focusing on that.