BEST of PONDER on THIS for Thursday, March 31st, 2011 by Neale Donald Walsch in HOME WITH GOD

“Nothing you have done is so horrible, nothing you have had happen to you is so beyond repair, that it cannot be healed. I can and shall make you whole again.

Yet you must stop judging yourself. The one making the strongest judgment is you. Others may judge you from the outside looking in, but they do not know you, they do not see you, and so their judgments are not valid. Do not make them valid by taking them on as your own. They have no meaning.

Do not wait for others to see you as you really are, for they see you through the eyes of their own pain. Know, instead, that I see you now, in wonder and in truth, and that what I see of you is Perfect. As I look upon you I have but one thought: ‘This is my beloved, in whom I am well pleased’.”

        God, as spoken to Neale Donald Walsch, in “Home With God”

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