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When I go to hell I hope that God is fair in my judgment and punishes me accordingly Now of course my first suspicion is that I would be thrown in amongst the Sodomites along with almost everyone else I know Yet what remains is that while society may most closely identify me as a Sodomite Id like to think that my heavier sins would hold some sort of weight in my ultimate judgment Because it appears in hell that the heavier of your sins drags you down to a lower worse level of Hell While ideally God would judge us as a whole sometimes the worst of our sins make that not possible However if things were up to Dante I would automatically be thrown in no questions asked with those who have tendons strained by sin Dante 139 114 because that is what I partake in more often than others and what I am probably most known for In his work The Inferno it appears as if at times he places some characters in the wrong level of hell Instead of tossing them to the level aligned with their worst sin they are instead thrown to the level significant to their most identifying sin the one they are most recognized for Is it fair to award leniency to some while damning others to suffer more LUST This seems to be the common thread between all those who have been sorely misplaced Either they have lusted after someone and their more weighted sins dragged them down or they are in with the lustful despite their more despicable sins The first character that seems most out of place is that of Dido As we all know or at least should she was the ill fated one-time lover of Aeneas in The Aeneid She was the ruler of a fairly new yet wonderfully powerful and splendid nation This was left to her by her honorable husband
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