The Story of Peter and Paul
There was once a man called Paul who had a very clear understanding that there is no such thing as a "victim" or a "villain": that these concepts are an illusion. This is the story of what happened when he died and went to heaven.
Date: 3/20/2006 7:16:41 AM ( 15 y ) ... viewed 2576 times
There was once a man called Paul who died and went to heaven.
He was met by a shiny man who introduced himself as Peter.
Peter greeted Paul warmly and then said:
"Paul, a home has been prepared for you here, and I've been instructed to escort you there directly. It's in a valley in the mountains, in one of the most beautiful parts of the whole Realm.
"But I have something on my mind that I'd like to discuss with you first. Would you mind sitting down a moment, please?"
Peter gestured to a chair and Paul sat down nervously, not knowing what was coming next.
Peter looked steadily at Paul as he sat in the chair and began,
"Paul, as you were on your way here I was studying your Life Print, as I do with every transitioning soul in my care.
"It says you didn't die naturally: you were killed.
"Although you were once wealthy, at the end of your life you worked for your living. That was because at one point, a person you trusted swindled you, and robbed you of all your money.
"What puzzles me is that in spite of these events, you are not scheduled to be hospitalized on your arrival here, or to receive healing."
Peter looked enquiringly at Paul.
Paul became even more nervous for a moment. He asked, "Peter, would you mind looking at my Life Print again please?"
"Yes, of course, I have it right in front of me."
"Tell me, does it say I swindled anyone?"
"No, it says you were honest."
"Does it say I robbed anyone?"
"No, you were a generous person and shared what you had freely."
"Did I ever kill anyone?"
"No, but once you helped to save someone's life."
Paul heaved a sigh of relief and relaxed back into his chair.
"Peter, I wanted you to check those things because my memory isn't too clear and I wasn't sure how I'd done."
Paul looked earnestly into Peter's eyes and said,
"I'd rather be swindled, or robbed, or killed a thousand times than do those things to another person.
"You see, in my life that's just ended, it never mattered to me what anyone else did to me. The only thing I cared about was how I treated others."
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