posted on Nov, 15 2012 @ 07:30 PM
Originally posted by Confusion42
I was pondering religious elements of religion, and decided to pose a simple question here. To the people who subscribe to a religion and believe in
any type of Heaven:
A What are you planning on doing in Heaven, forever?
I'm going with the Borges quote:
I have always imagined heaven as a kind of library
I imagine that all knowledge would be open to you and that your mind would have no trouble understanding advanced concepts. It would be like a great
fog lifted from your brain so that you could understand everything. I also suspect there would be no limitations on where you could go or who you
could see, no violence of any kind, no real "work" required. Just imagine having access to a vast library where nothing became overdue. Plus a vast
University where all the courses were free and you understood everything the professors said. And people ask what one would do? Unfathomable!
B Let's say Jill, a mother who did good things and is in Heaven, wants to see her son, John, a bad person who is in hell. Is Jill
allowed to see John? What does this meeting take place? Is it like visiting someone in Prison? If you don't believe in Hell, than the question would
be; Does Jill even get to see her son John?
Sure. The concept of punishment does not exist. "At-ONE-ment" does. John would be fully aware of what he had done wrong, and there is a possibity he
has done nothing wrong, but only from an Earthly perspective was he condemned.
C Is morality still needed in Heaven? Are you allowed to have slaves in Heaven?
I would guess there still exists a moral code, though it might be a lot different than we imagine here. I doubt "slaves" are part of the program. It
is a place where we are all truly equal. There would be no need for slaves because there is extra work that needs to be done by them.
D In Heaven, am I able to look at the history of this Universe? Where would this Theater be in Heaven? Do I have to share it with
I suspect so. Some call it the Akashic Records which have a reecord of everything, literally. It would be open to everyone, so yes, you would share
it. There would be no reason not to. "Where" it is really has little meaning. "Where" is Heaven? We can't even answer that.
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