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Reward and Punishment

[820] Man cannot insult L so that ze feels sore because L is far above man, and always aware of who and what L is, while human beings have only a touch of a clue of zer. But L can be disappointed by an individual human being, by overindulging in the evil. Everyone can make good for everything happened before L, but this effort may be larger than expected.

[821] L punishes always individually, you can even choose between given alternatives. But penalties are penalties and not something else. Thus, the rewards of L are always rewards and the neither-nor is the very same thing. The reaction of L on man sorts with this as a whole, but important details are also taken into account. The judgement of L is sensed by each creature as totally righteous.

[822] Judged and affected people plus outsiders sense it as righteous - even if they compare it with other cases. The real judgement takes always place alone between judged person and L or the divine instance: everybody may keep zis judgement to zerself if ze wants to, even if the subsequent life permits conclusions. The personal interceders will be heard in advance: spirit guides and guardian angels.

[823] They report pros and cons, good and evil and everything in between. The judged person comes to know zis personal interceder at the latest at this time. Means of evidence is the completely recorded life of the person to be judged. In important respects the judged also comes to know the views of others on zer. Whose personal sphere remains yet protected: L or the divine instance filter the information.

[824] Thus the judged zerself is also protected because important secrets will be retained. Who wants to know how somebody adheres to zer or adhered must still ask zer zerself. Everybody can view zis own life as often as ze wants to, without that others realise it. But one can show it also to others because the necessary technology is available in the subsequent world to anybody.

[825] There is a media centre in that one can view corresponding publications from all times of the world that one just left. One learns there, when and how what has come into the world. It is an ideal place to perfect zis knowledge. The respective recordings of the subsequent world can also be found there, so that one properly catches up with in the course of time.

[826] But sentences to be served must not be opposed to a visit. Those who return immediately to their initial world learn nothing of that all. One can admittedly absorb the new knowledge only as well as one is provided in zis subsequent life. One learns only what one is entitled to and what one wants to know at all. One cannot return to one's initial world with this knowledge since this is not good for the world.

[827] L does not want that somebody shines with a tremendous leading in knowledge in a initial and probation world before zis fellow creatures. If somebody returns, only on zis terms: start from scratch again and get assigned the old knowledge in the subsequent world again. Small concessions like déjà vu are made, however. The goal is always the personal development.

[828] Leaving a world is always a reason to take stock before L. One grows out of each finite world sometime: The eternal life in the same world will be unbearable if the world is not also sufficiently growing. Therefore, the growth of the creatures and their worlds are synchronised. Death is also determined by the nature of a world: in simple worlds it occurs earlier.

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