Innocence!?

Innocence is also not a partial attribute. It is not a real defense UNTIL it is total. When it is partial, it is characterized by the same erratic nature that holds for other two‐edged defenses. The partly innocent are apt to be quite stupid at times. It is not until their innocence is a genuine viewpoint which is universal in its application that it becomes wisdom.  Innocent (or true) perception means that you NEVER misperceive, and ALWAYS see truly. More simply, this means that you never see what does not exist in reality. Whenever you lack confidence in what someone else will do, you are attesting to your belief that he is not in his Right Mind. This is hardly a miracle‐based frame of reference. It also has the disastrous effect of denying (incorrect use) the essentially creative power of the miracle. The miracle perceives everything AS IT IS. If nothing but the truth exists (and this is really redundant T(145) -144 in statement, because what is not true CANNOT exist) Right‐Minded seeing cannot see ANYTHING BUT perfection. We have said many times that ONLY what God creates, or what man creates with the same will, has any real existence. This, then, is all that the innocent can see. They do not suffer from the delusions of the Separated ones.

A Course In miracles Urtext Textbook ch3

Read this, this morning and was so happy to read it. Love to share it with you. Do you realize that the voice that is speaking to you is the voice of Resurrected Man? How wonderful to receive words from the One that is resurrected on our 23rd day of 40 Days to Resurrection. Have a lovely day take, time to invite the Peace of God to come to you.

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