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Subject:  Re: On second thought, 2828 - Small Cap Issue Date:  1/30/2013  6:07 PM
Author:  Art53 Number:  669361 of 734385

"We all crave justice on this earth. Why would we eschew it in heaven? It doesn't make sense that everyone gets to waltz on in to the glorious place that Art describes via the NDE he has read. There would be no justice in that."
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"In your world, if somebody kills 50 non-Christians in a shooting rampage but then repents and accepts Jesus, the murderer goes to heaven and the victims go to hell. Lots of justice in that scenario." - feedmenowhuman
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I'm assuming the first quote was from CC since it looks like something she'd write.

Theoretically there is some Omnipotent Omniscient Creator that we call "God" that started and created the whole thing? Now if this is true that would mean that ultimately this Creator created the bad stuff too? He would ultimately be responsible for "Satan" and Sin being in the world? He would be ultimately responsible for all the Sin in the world because He created it the way it is?

In my fantasy land this Universe is a holographic projection, not quite real, and after we cross over we will look back on this life about the same way we view a Netflix DVD. No one really died. They are all in some big Cast party in the sky having a grand old time.

We have to believe it's all real while we are here so we learn the lessons we came here to learn but after we cross over we will realize it's actually just a holographic projection, like a play or a movie.

We are all just playing our roles. The education of the soul is too important to leave up to chance. The soul's lessons are embedded in our everyday lives and it is holistically imprinted with what it needs to learn regardless of who we are, or where we live, or what we believe.

Belief is irrelevant. Agreement is irrelevant. Acceptance is irrelevant. You will experience duality and separation, time and space, and make memories of what it was like whether you want to or not.

You will become un-assimilated and resistance is futile.

Art
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