We neither judge nor forgive our brother, for what we see is always our own “sins” projected onto him because that is where we want them to be. Yet it is for this reason it is only by forgiving what we see in him that allows us to free ourselves. We must find our innocence where we have put our guilt. This is the great deception that has become the foundation of the world. It always seems to be another who is “evil,” making you a victim of your own sin that you see in him. Understanding this is necessary to know where forgiveness must be directed. But it is allowing yourself to be shown that nothing really happened that sets you free.