Our self-judgement is based upon our perception of our self. This self-perception was created when we believed what others told us about our self. Once the child believes that the projections that others use to define the child are true it has a powerful effect upon that child, sometimes for the rest of its life. If those who care for a child paint a picture of a weak, stupid, naughty, cheeky, unlovable little boy or girl that nobody will like this is a sin committed against that child. The effects of this sin are the ‘beliefs’ the child creates to support this testimony and condemnation.