Came a time (it gets confusing here), I stood upon the dais of St. Peter and reckoned I’d be recollecting a life. A life that frankly, at the moment, I couldn’t recall having partaken of. You’d think if one were to be judged for one’s past, immediate and apparently eternal character flaws that one would have a memory of the life just lived.

Unfair you protest, but apparently all by the rules.

How well can the judgment of eternity be rendered without even a bit of reminiscence leading up to said decision? I mentioned (it gets confusing here) my expectations on being judged for a life just led which I couldn’t recollect having lived. Apparently things are not entirely as expected, as a sign above the dais read “begin>