This is a story of a guy in the waiting room for the afterlife. Because this guy was a horrible specimen of humanity in his lifetime he is 100% sure that he is going to end up in hell and he doesn't want that to happen.
The clerk in the waiting room asks him the question "how did you get here?" and the Guy is supposed to tell the story of his life in order to be judged. Of course he lies, and this results in him ending up in a maze that takes him thousands of years to escape from. Once he makes it out, he is asked again, tries to trick the clerk once more and the cycle repeats eternally.
What I want to do is describe a slice of this eternity, maybe two or three loops, to later end the story in a way that describes the infinite time scale of this story, but the problem is that a tedious eternity is a huge amount of tedium for me and the reader to deal with.
Are there any prose examples of this getting done elsewhere? Are there any suggestions on how to make this work.
I'm new in both this site and in writing, so if I did something wrong please let me know so I can edit.