Battlefield of the mind

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If we gauge the Christian on the matter of human suffering, the Christian most likely would say that a lifetime of suffering is pale in comparison to the wonderful bliss that their God offers them in heaven. But then the offer is not something that abolishes suffering altogether, since this God's plan is to incur greater suffering on those who do not accept his offer.


In fact our suffering is really pale in comparison to the suffering he will inflict (Alowing to be inflicted) if anyone rejects his plan of salvation. Heaven is just the escape hatch, where one can find a safe place in their mind to douse the illusion of eternal torture.


Here we see that negative infraction (Hell) is replaced with a positive assurance (Heaven) But the negative infraction still exists inside the positive ideal (Like a mental trojan horse) and any defense against the positive thought activates the dormant negative thought.








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