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I've been summoned for jury duty. How can I practice non-judgment as a juror?

Question:
I have been summoned to jury duty. I feel strongly that release of judgement is key to the State of Mind I seek. To formally sit in judgement, and decide if my brother is a felon or not seems irreconcilable with the path. Please Illuminate.

Answer:
If you are “called before the courts of men,” let the Holy Spirit put the words in your mouth. It is truly beautiful that you "feel strongly that release of judgement is key to the State of Mind I seek." This conviction will shine through if you are asked about your ability to convict a brother or find someone guilty. Jury duty requires an interview before one is asked to sit in the seat of judgment. This is just another opportunity to witness to the Truth of Divine Innocence. It is a blessing! Rest assured that trust in the Holy Spirit is all you need, and watch how easily the script flows. All things work together for good. In trust, no outcome of the world can ever bring fear. Desire a miracle and you are Answered.

Love & Blessings,
David