The curse of Hell

It isn’t fair that I’ve seen hell. It isn’t fair because you can’t unsee something like that. So I have zero excuses. Zero! I have experienced the most evil ultimatum of this world first hand. So I can’t very well go down that path in life without knowing for myself the consequences, not just Karmicly here on Earth but for my soul in the afterlife.

Now is it any consolation that I’ve also seen the flip side? You would think so but no….. actually….. it isn’t. For the simple reason that I don’t have enough experience and information to ascertain where the cutoff is. Is it like the Christians believe that if you seek true forgiveness and feel genuine remorse and open yourself completely to God, even if it’s in the last moments of your life, you will be allowed into heaven no matter what your sins were? Is there a Karmic minimum balance we have to hit?

I know what in my heart I believe to be the truth, and that’s that it doesn’t matter. You do the right thing simply because it’s the right thing to do and then you sleep well at night because of that too. But I also know that just believing something doesn’t make it so. It’s just that when it comes to spiritual practices and beliefs I listen to what resonates deeply in my heart, even if doubts do sometimes plague me.

Today I sent this email to someone who is obviously trying to scam me out of money. They messaged me about a month ago claiming to want colonics and asking about prices. They then said they would send a check for a series of them. I said fine. They email me that they accidentally sent too much money in the check and can I remit the balance once the check gets here. They even sent it priority mail.

I deposit the check, apprehensively, but giving them the benefit of the doubt. Sure enough the bank sends me a message that they are holding the check for 10 days to investigate it. So I tell them this and they tell me I have to send the money immediately, regardless. Who falls for this crap? So I sent them my standard message I send these idiots.

“You’re talking to one of the few people on Earth that has actually been to hell and I can tell you with absolutely no doubt in my mind that you will not like it there. It exists. I’m sorry for your soul. Leave me alone or I will contact the police.”

I always wonder if they believe me. I wonder if they even read what people respond to them and I wonder if I’ve ever given anyone pause with that statement. I’m guessing not and I often wonder if in the playback of their life it will blip on moments like that when they could have changed course maybe.

I’ll never know I’m sure. Life is funny that way. πŸ€·πŸΎβ€β™€οΈ

Happy hump day!

Author: porngirl3

I have always enjoyed reading and writing. Maybe because I have always been on the quiet and reclusive side; which most people may not guess at first glance or if seeing me in a social setting, especially around people I am comfortable with but it’s also not something I have an issue with. I need solitude to recharge. Writing gives me the peace and time to renew that is offered to you for your enjoyment and pleasure as well. I hope. Lol

5 thoughts on “The curse of Hell”

  1. Sorry you went through that. Hopefully they won’t bother you anymore!
    I hate scammers!
    The other day I received the popular β€œI know your password so I will blackmail you” one
    When my niece was little she wanted me to send money to the Nigerian Prince because she thought his country was in trouble. I laughed and explain there was no Nigerian prince just a scammer.
    Wow some people!

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    1. Seriously! Like I get it. We all like money but the depths people go to for it. Its not worth losing your soul but I suppose that’s not a thought that crosses most of those people’s mind.

      I’ve never heard of the blackmail password one. I can see how it would work for businesses maybe, maybe. But email? Strange.

      Awwwwww. What cuteness your sweet niece. πŸ’–πŸŒˆπŸ¦‹

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      1. Well….. Probably better that way at her age then twice her age or more. Hopefully she learns from her mistakes and doesn’t make any detrimental ones. It’s all we can hope for sometimes. πŸ€·πŸ½β€β™€οΈ

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