On sin
Jonas Ellison
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This is a delicate subject. I like this definition and your considerations, Jonas
To your point, the semantics of the word “correction” are very relevant on this matter. It’s worth mentioning that even the belief that correction is possible in ANY circumstance lies on an underneath assumption that anything requires correction at all. This thought itself is a judgement of condemnation, thus reinforcing the idea of separation. Hence the need of inner work to change our perceptions of separation, in any form.

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