The Truth of Heaven

perspective
@mythociate (15964)
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
March 31, 2017 2:13pm CST
When you die, you are in Heaven. When anyone else dies, they are (if their body wasn't destroyed) buried in the ground (or wherever you put them). Heaven--it's then easy-to-see--is not a place. Rather, it's the knowledge that you don't have a job to do because it's all taken care-of.
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@OneOfMany (12401)
• United States
31 Mar 17
Which explains why I continue to return. I still have a job to do!
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@mythociate (15964)
• Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
2 Apr 17
It's relativity ... the way 'the whole world is black' whenever I close my eyes
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@OneOfMany (12401)
• United States
3 Apr 17
@mythociate When I close my eyes they are filled with color. It gets distracting sometimes. It's like a fireworks show at times!
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@mythociate (15964)
• Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
7 Apr 17
@OneOfMany Mine too ... actually more of a 'white.' That's then my whole world, but the whole world is "blank" (that's what lots of people mean when they say it's 'black' ... e.g. "black out")
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@OreoBrownie (3649)
• Elberton, Georgia
31 Mar 17
I don't understand your statement. I believe heaven is another realm that we can't see.
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@mythociate (15964)
• Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
2 Apr 17
just like "All the world is total blackness whenever I close my eyes" although you know the only place the blackness exists is where there is no light just the same way the only place Heaven is is 'inside your mind" (to everyone but you. ... To you, Heaven is Everywhere!)
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@jstory07 (70038)
• Roseburg, Oregon
28 Mar
No one knows for sure where heaven is.
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@mythociate (15964)
• Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
28 Mar
They might not "know" the way they know 'what 2-plus-2 is,' but they 'know' the way they know that the ground is solid beneath their feet (even when they're walking on water).
@Kuttu_007 (1164)
• India
1 Apr 17
U believe the concept of heaven and hell...?
@mythociate (15964)
• Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
2 Apr 17
Not exactly. I think they are each more 'the way a person reacts to their surroundings' than 'the surroundings themselves'---if you understand the flames in the right way, they're more like 'a gentle breeze' than 'a consuming fire.'