This is something I feel quite strongly about and wondered if any one has any views. If there is any kind of salvation or purification from the nature of humanity then are the sins we commit now the limitation as to whether we are entitled to receive it. Say for example we commit a sin, a terrible sin such as torture or murder, can we live with that crime if we are purified. If people become better to the point they do not commit atrocities there must be some level of purification, the taking out of the desire to affect other human beings would be necessary. This would require appreciation of the suffering imposed on other humans and the will to not subdue anyone to it. Therefore if people develop this appreciation or consideration for other human beings to live in a peaceful environment. Will they be able to live with the crimes they have afflicted society with when the purification occurs. This also assumes the rest of the people who have been purified can live with someone who has afflicted society. If they have also been purified to the extent they have consideration for others and care for their suffering could they forgive that person for their crimes and live among them. Is this process of purification and the love for other human beings the reason why some can never be redeemed. Can someone who surpasses such morality ever live with themselves or be accepted by other human beings when they become aware of the the suffering they have committed or will they be outcast from society due to the greater appreciation the rest of humanity has for the innocent? What do you think?