I personally view the blasting of the being of light of NDE fame as one of the funniest near death experience accounts that I have ever read.
Former Atheist Ms. Brodsky is certainly one of the most courageous human beings on this earth because I am not so sure that I would have the courage to lash out at a being of light who was reviewing my life with me in an out of the body experience!
Ms. Beverly Brodsky, in my opinion, is a lot like Moses / Moshe.... who was continually arguing with G-d / HaShem and convincing G-d to be more patient with humans....... who didn't entirely deserve patience and mercy from G-d.
I then remember traveling a long distance upward toward the light. I believe that I was moving very fast, but this entire realm seemed to be outside of time. Finally, I reached my destination. It was only when I emerged from the other end that I realized that I was no longer accompanied by the being who had brought me there. But I wasn't alone. There, before me, was the living presence of the light. Within it I sensed an all-pervading intelligence, wisdom, compassion, love, and truth. There was neither form nor sex to this perfect being. It, which I shall in the future call he, in keeping without our commonly accepted syntax, contained everything, as white light contains all the colors of a rainbow when penetrating a prism. And deep within me came an instant and wondrous recognition: I, even I, was facing God.
I immediately lashed out at him with all the questions I had ever wondered about; all the injustices I had seen in the physical world. I don't know if I did this deliberately, but I discovered that God knows all your thoughts immediately and responds telepathically. My mind was naked; in fact, I became pure mind. The ethereal body which I had traveled in through the tunnel seemed to be no more; it was just my personal intelligence confronting that Universal Mind, which clothed itself in a glorious, living light that was more felt that seen, since no eye could absorb its splendor.
I don't recall the exact content of our discussion; in the process of return, the insights that came so clearly and fully in Heaven were not brought back with me to Earth. I'm sure that I asked the question that had been plaguing me since childhood about the sufferings of my people. I do remember this: There was a reason for everything that happened, no matter how awful it appeared in the physical realm. And within myself, as I was given the answer, my own awakening mind now responded in the same manner:
"Of course," I would think, "I already know that. How could I ever have forgotten!"
Indeed, it appears that all that happens is for a purpose, and that purpose is already known to our eternal self.