I feel your pain. I used to wonder what it would be like, sitting there, discussing every single thing I might have thought or done, while the rest of humanity was somehow within earshot; eyebrows raised at just how odd my thoughts were . And, of course, the disappointment some loved ones might feel. But then I realized we'd all be laughing, because people are basically the same. We've all thought and done things we wish we hadn't.
I wouldn't waste time worrying about it. Maybe the whole concept of the judgement seat is just a way to help you remember the fact that you have to abide by your conscience. You appear to have judged something you've done as wrong, so you're now in conflict. Instead of worrying about, do something about it. Change. Apologize. Make amends. Whatever it takes to turn the tide and feel good about your actions and your course in life.
Vector, show me a ghost. I might be able to formulate a theory on anything. I don't disbelieve in the possibility. I've had strange experiences too. I was simply amused by your assertion that they are demons. I find it sad to see evil in things. I've always been told that what you perceive is a reflection of who you are. I try to see good in things. I want to, at least, try to believe I'm trying to be good.
Ohhh, I can assure you Vector. I'll comment on whatever I feel the urge to comment on. I do not see reason or truth as being bad. I'm a big fan of them, so I feel comfortable using them on my side of a discussion; while holding firmly to my desire to attempt to be good.
How very interesting. You comment, asking me to not respond to your posts, and then you come in and comment about a response I made to your post without replying to me. This is very odd. Whatever does it mean? It appears you want to comment on my post without allowing me the courtesy of rebuttal. Is that a pretty good take on it?
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