I like the concept of the thereafter possibilities, but yet also think heaven is what you make of it on earth, since it seems to be hell on earth already for some. I lived by that motto do unto others what you want others to do unto you, but never had gotten the same. I've been abuse verbally, mentally, physically & sexually, since toddler to adulthood by several people even by family members as well. I'd press charges to only be told no physical proof so my issues of attack went on death ears. I couldn't never retaliate for the initial fear of being incarcerated for life more than to be doomed not to arrive at the pearly white gates, it would be just my luck to be caught instead of them. To believe people will get their just desert when the system fails us is something to be content with. So as much as possible I avoid being in their presence but of course life have to throw those curve balls to put us in the same place. At least one of my attackers is dead.
@Infraggable There just hasn't been a good scary "horror" flick in decades. They no longer try to creep you out, they try to make you cringe from gore. Gore isn't scary, it's just sickening. There's an art to this and they seem to have lost it." I couldn't agree more. I have been sorely disappointed over and over and I love good horror movies. Hannibal has been pretty good, and Salem SEEMS promising.....but I miss good horror and find myself re-watching old favorites for my fix. I watched 28 days later last night.