My master smiled and replied, “First, I have to truly understand the law. A judge has to be impartial even if their own family member is on the stand. Their personal feelings are kept aside.” I joked and said, “If I were a judge, I would come to You for the all the answers.” My Master immediately said, “Thank God, you are not a judge.” God is the judge of everyone and yet, does not judge anyone. There is no punishment—only chances given to learn and reform. God’s love never changes, no matter what one does. Instead, He prefers the broken ones, as they are ripe to evolve. Judges are needed to bring some order in worldly matters, otherwise most would live lawless lives. Satish Daryanani