The main function of a judge in the period of judges was to judge one’s own attributes: to know when they were good and when they were not, and in what exactly they were good or not good, and to thus move forward to correct himself, to pray, and to turn to the Creator so that He would give the property of bestowal and love and raise a person above his egoistic nature.
The image of an ideal judge is that property in a person where he can be absolutely detached from his egoism, dominate himself to a certain extent, control himself, and turn into a greater quality of bestowal and love.
Therefore, first of all, the judge had to determine what is good and what is bad. And then rise above what is bad to the level of what is good.
Question: Can this be nurtured in a person or is it inherited?
Answer: It can be developed in a person.
From KabTV’s “Spiritual States” 1/11/22