And they locked me out of their hearts.
One writer jolted me with the observation that the Bible teaches that our “minds” go to heaven while our brains are buried. His conclusion is that the brain is an interface between the physical world and our minds. This suggests that though we may have an defective brain, our mind is whole. Our mind “sees” the world through the distorted brain and makes decisions, etc. based on inaccurate data. But when we get to heaven we will see that the person we thought was less than us was in fact just the same as us. They were simply dealing with life through a distorted lens.
When I meet that person in heaven, without defect, and with full memory of how I treated them, how comfortable will I be?