> "flesh" - used by Paul when talking of our body or surface existence, but also our Lord when his "flesh was given." This is important to understand especially when certain authors like to look at the flesh being evil or something to somehow overcome. From Semitic [Bis] container [ra] souls light.
Weeping & Gnashing
> a design mechanism within spiritual thought by early Christians to incentivize not belaboring our fulfillment. Could be an actual place after life or between lives. An actuality at the end of time that serves as a punitive is extremely unlikely given the character of God. Much like the use of Hell or Sheol.