Happy Sunday

Judge Not, they say

Judge Not, lest ye be judged

Yet we judge and are judged

Literally.

Figuratively.

Creatively.

Constantly.

 

Wouldn’t it be wonderful?

To worship with noise

And drumming

And joy?

Yet we are judged.

Musically.

Socially.

Sartiorially.

Consistently.

 

Judge not, they say.

Judge not if dour, somber crowds appear

Judge not if celebration is muted.

 

Isn’t it wonderful?

To have simple joy?

To  welcome the great spirit?

To be in jeans and pajamas and flowing gowns or business suits.

Judge not.

Judge me not.

I judge you not.

No scorn.

No derision.

All of us in fellowship and best of spirits.

No one more “chosen”

No one less loved.

All mighty and connected

In love for the great spirit.

 

 

 

Judge Me Not by Rev. Timothy Wright and the London Fellowship Mass Choir

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