I was doing my Friday night Blogtalk Radio shows http://www.blogtalkradio.com/geogee on the topic “Is There Really A Hell?” And after weeks of talking to people on both sides of the coin I came to a conclusion that would make the question irrelevant as well as the existence of Hell itself.
If we all lived our lives righteously and as morally and ethically correct as possible then hell wouldn’t or shouldn’t play into the demise of our souls after our stay on earth is over. And for those of you that don’t or can’t do that, well the possibility of eternal damnation isn’t an option you’re considering anyway.
I don’t believe attending church, synagogue or mosque is a mandate for deliverance into wherever your spirit has mapped out for you, no more than I do subscribing to some minister’s, or Cardinal’s agenda or preaching’s.
And a lady said something to me earlier in the week that would bolster that persuasion. She submitted to me simple and concise “I would rather commit to the path that delivers me from hell and be wrong, than to commit to the path that leads me to hell and be wrong. You see the latter statement is the no win one. Err toward the one that would avoid the possibility of Hell altogether. Live a life or goodwill and the afterlife becomes a non issue, whatever it holds.
The choices can be astounding, especially to the skeptical, and I’m sorry, I’m not about to attempt to sway anyone one way or the other. Saving souls are best left to those that are qualified to do so, if by nothing more than self accreditation.