The Lord never punishes, He does not bother with that.
He spends his time at feasts, in the company of angels and archangels, amid songs and music, where nectar and ambrosia flow abundantly.
Why is He presented as watching over humans day and night, making note of their crimes and the filth they get up to, openly or in secret? What a wretched situation for Him! How could He not be disgusted? ‘So’, you will ask, ‘what happens when we make mistakes?’ If humans came up with the idea of creating machines that record or compute, it is because such machines already exist in nature (and thus within us) and it is these machines that record our thoughts, feelings, and actions. When we cross the line in any given area, a mechanism is triggered setting in motion the punishment: we lose something on the physical plane, on the emotional plane or on the plane of thought.
But it is not God who punishes us, on the contrary, God is always ready to welcome us to the heavenly feasts, but it is up to us to know how to lift ourselves up to Him.