What is the best way for a “near death” survivor to suggest, to understand justice? Always take the “other side” of a subject, first.
(I just thought of something…it’s been decades, and I’m still correlating “the experience”…) By doing this there would BE NO surprise, at the “life review”, upon learning that, during the review, YOU ALSO suffer, exactly as that “other guy” you’re dealing with “suffers”!! If you always take/look at the “other side” first, desiring JUSTICE, BOTH sides can be proud, not…down…times two!
Example? Who hasn’t called someone “stupid” during childhood? OK. Now, at the life review, you may EXPECT a boot to the head for calling them stupid. So what, it’s just another boot to the head. Only THIS time it includes a bonus! You get to FEEL what THEY felt at that moment! Maybe for a VEEEEERRRRRRYYYYYYYYYYYYYY long time. Oh joy! (Once again, we’ve done it to ourselves………(!)) You better hope that what you did to them wasn’t something like………(intentional) burning, or……harming a loved one. ….Every single act (AND thought)!! IEeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee.