I would like to narrow this reasoning within the existence of humanity.
Meaning leaving aside a reasoning of existence of life after death/heaven-hell.
After some thought about when humans are introduced in the book and the
the what is written in the last book. The rare existence of 'peace and love' in
Society for any length of time in our history, what is the problem, what do
these books say? What is the Message?
As I've contemplated recently, I've surmised the message and in part the
thread speaks about Justice. More clearly the lack of.
In short, in the beginning there was a judgement and in the end there
is a judgement. As can also be read throughout the books.
There can never be peace or love within humanity without fair or most
importantly equal justice.
This is a crucial part of what the books tell us.
The theme of Judge, equal justice served accordingly and punishment.
It's what men/women have failed at throughout our existence.
But, we are very good(?) at creating new laws and legislation.