I've noticed that most people who have had near death experiences become much better people after the experience. It has a profound and life-changing impact on them. Those who were selfish become less selfish, those who were without hope become more hopeful, those who had questions that plagued them, got answers etc. There are several accounts that i found interesting and one was of a girl who claimed she met jesus christ and he told her that he didn't die for anyone's sin, he was just killed because people didn't agree with him. that makes sense to me as the idea of someone dying for yours sins never sat right with me. it just wasn't ethical and it doesn't address how that would even help people to be better ethically. it always seemed to be self-serving idea that someone spun. why should someone die for your sins? it's yours and you should take accountability for it. another one was this woman who was very bigoted and judgemental and the spirits showed her a homeless man and asked her what do you see? she said haughtily a lowlife, homeless beggar and then they showed her his 'soul' and she said she became so ashamed because his inner light and goodness was so much better than hers. the moral of that story was that you never know where light, truth or goodness may be and not always in an artificially stratified material world of labels. they also showed her that his destiny was that a high-powered attorney was going to cross his path and he would pass on his light to him so that the attorney can fight for true justice and that on a soul level they love eachother on the spiritual realm and are friends/soul kinship. i thought that was beautiful. another was this man who died fairly young in his early 20's and was supposedly before god and he was asked 'what have you learned about love?' and his immature answer was he hasn't been married or have kids yet to which he was immediately whisked out of there. he understood now that was a stupid answer but he was very young at the time without much experience. the moral of that story was that, contrary to popular notions of romance being the pinnacle of love, it is not true. true love has to do with actual caring of another person for their well-being, not just what you can get out of them which most romance/sexual relations are not the pinnacle of love at all. it is self-serving often. if it was the best example of true love, people wouldn't divorce so often. for instance, a love between a parent and child where they both care for eachother innately for who they are is an example of true and unselfish love or the compassion you have for another being or the inner beauty you see in another because of their ethical values. true love does not want to possess or exploit. it is not self-serving. it wants to preserve or improve to be the best it can be. it is truly caring with the best intentions and best wishes. it is totally respectful and respectful of the other's dreams, wishes etc even if it doesn't include you. you want the other to be happy.