Making Sense Out of a Life Sentence

Making Sense Out of a Life Sentence

Life sentence defined by the period. The period is meant to end a statement or command, but the content (our actions) determine what is communicated. Without the period, we would continue existing like a run-on sentence, which is senseless since we belong to the greater God. Still, we only belong if the sentence is good and makes sense, thus worth sharing as an example of love - like Yeshua did, and you should. If not of love, then the story is a product of this world and falls under its judgement. Make life make sense. If interested in learning more about how to love the way you breathe on purpose, please subscribe at If already aware, please share with another. Approach with extreme caution!
The modern world draws its own distinction between what is considered good or bad based on societal views across groups of populations. This worldly view should always be put to the test of God's Golden Rule, "Do unto others as you would have them do unto you.". Still, the foundation of love in treating others as you would want to be treated has gone over the heads of many. This is clear as water to this day as the same groups of people's (we'll call them "judges") actions often make life feel like a trial or prison bid for others (we'll call them "the judged"). Life is meant to be lived as an example of love, not as a civil case from the world for the judged that dare to breathe in a way that does not feel familiar to judges, which is not why the true judge, God, created us.

Every person born into this world experiences judgement at some point in life. We object or become subject to an individuals choices perceived from limited human experiences and biases. 

Whether giving or receiving judgement, we have a choice to make in what is put in the air and how to respond to what is put in the air. This choice comes from a place of intention which is where our distinction comes. The earlier mentioned groups of judges making life feel like a trial and prison bid routinely make the choice to go against the Golden Rule. These groups include those that lie, cheat, steal, oppress, discriminate, and murder. 

Obvious life civil cases from society include the below categories where the judge regularly operates from a place of ill intent. 

  • Age
  • Disability
  • Equal Pay/Compensation
  • Genetic Information
  • Harassment
  • National Origin
  • Pregnancy
  • Race/Color
  • Religion
  • Retaliation
  • Sex
  • Sexual Harassment
  • Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity

Even in cases where grey area exists due to seeming conflict with biblical or religious context, the judge has the choice to decide whether they will follow the Golden Rule or let societal perceptions guide their actions. Often times, this leads to a sacrifice of love and compassion for fear and acceptance. In these cases, I would challenge society to consider what God would truly want given an all knowing understanding of love. Would God force the judged to bring a life into this world that was the subject of harassment and retaliation or would compassion be expressed to ease their pain and burden? Would God restrict the judged from being who they genuinely felt created to be or would understanding be found to enhance their love for self and others?

Once we learn to live through the sacrifice of Yeshua for the love of Godnot man, then we can ascend to a better version of ourselves.

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