After I died, I got to my destination. I was warmly greeted by a kind person who also gave me a stern warning.
“Before you proceed, you must leave all of your grudges from your past life. You cannot take them with you. You must forgive everyone. You cannot judge anyone – you may not understand why they are here, but they are here for a reason. We do not allow anger, jealousy or envy here. The people you will encounter here are your equals – you are not superior or inferior to them. Do you understand these terms?”
“Of course,” I quickly responded. “That seems like such a simple request.”
The kind person responded, “You would be surprised how many people refuse our terms and choose to spend eternity elsewhere clinging to their grudges, prejudices and resentment.”