There is something wrong here. I copied and pasted the link, but it leads to the wrong place. It's in the same website, but I can't find it when I click on what I pasted. What I found is a page dated February 27. It starts out like this:
The Desert Fathers section 6
Many thanks to the Greek Orthodox Archdiocese who has made this readily available.
The Ancient Fathers of the Desert: Section 6
V. Rev. Chrysostomos, trans.
Then about half way down, there is this story:
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A monk of a large monastery, negligent in spiritual things, fell gravely ill and the hour of his death arrived. The abbot and all of the brothers gathered around him, to give him courage in his last moments. To their surprise, however, they observed that the brother was facing death with great quietude and calmness of soul.
So the abbot said, “My child, all here know that you were not so diligent in your duties. How is it that you leave for the other life with such courage?”
“It is true, Abba,” murmured the dying monk, “that I was not a good monk. I have, however, observed one thing with exactness in my life: I never judged anyone. Because of this, I intend to say to the Master Christ, when I present myself before him, ‘You said, Lord, not to judge, in order not to be judged,’ and I hope that He will not judge me strictly.”
“Go in peace on your eternal journey, my child,” the abbot told him with wonderment. “You have succeeded, without toil, in saving yourself.”
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