What’s it like in Heaven?

Heaven, Paradise or whatever you choose to call it, is a community made up of those who have learned how to listen to their eternal voice that led them there. It is the same voice that is trying to lead each of us to the same place, when we are so inclined and ready to listen to it and follow it. It is, after all, the voice of logic and reason. When we begin to follow this path… there is a point, where we become logical enough in our thoughts and actions, that we begin to understand how this universal evolution machine works. When we reach this point, there is no turning back, because we “know” the right way.

What this place is like is a question most of us have? It’s a place where we can do most anything we want to do and experience most anything we want to experience. We learn, we research, we expand our knowledge base; we also help others get to this place of eternal learning and love.

I think the biggest question one might have about this place (Heaven, Paradise, etc.) or our existence in general is this; we, it, all of this, hasn’t been around for 5 billion years as scientists theorize; it’s been evolving “forever”! Everything that can be done within the boundary of physics has been done and what can be done within this boundary is “almost” infinite in its scope. What we know here on the earth, is almost none existent in the whole spectrum of what can be known.

Immortality is not an easy egg to crack. We are all immortal but any character flaw we have not resolved… will eventually destroy us, if we are not prepared to overcome them and transform. It’s not that the gates, so to speak… to this eternal community do not open to those who have character flaws, they will but only to those who know enough to learn to work to overcome them.

When our flaws become so burdensome that we can no longer live with ourselves, we are reborn to the earth; we become another person, we begin again anew. This is how the machine works.

Our path is an “individual” endeavor. It is assured that all of us will one day live there; but when we decide to go, is a choice we all will eventually make.