Hello all, new user here. I don't have much creative writing experience, as I'm more used to expository writing, but I'm trying to form my first original plot concept (my intent is to use it in a choose-your-own-adventure style video game, but that's beside the point). However, I'm worried about how it may be received and interpreted. I know that I should let the audience decide for themselves what to take from a story, but something tells me that mine still needs a lot of work. In essence, the story explores what would happen if monsters (or spirits, the specifics may change) found an artist's ideas, specifically about the concept of Heaven, and took it to a literal extreme. They would try to emulate what they saw in the artist's work, only for it to painfully backfire on them. The protagonist would then have to decide whether or not to save them from their mistake. While writing my notes on this, I quickly realized that this could be interpreted as an anti-religious sentiment, or worse, condemning those who consume art and try to derive their own morality from it. That is not the kind of ideal that I would support, and I don't want an audience to think that this is what I believe. Is this something that should concern me? Should I change or alter the concept to be more inclusive, or leave it as-is and deal with potential backlash? Should it even matter to me what an audience sees in my work, and how that might reflect on me as a person? Any input at all would be extremely helpful.