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anancientwellHobbyist Traditional Artist
If i would stay in front of the heaven doors and being invited, i don't know if i would have enough love in my heart to decline the offer. But i'm absolutely sure that love would decline it. I'm absolutely sure that love would choose hell.

This is why i don't believe in hell. Because if hell would exist, then there is no place in heaven for the greatest souls.
And if a girl would decline heaven because of tears on her eyes, as she can't bear the suffer of others in hell, and sacrifices own salvation for saving others, how weak and small would become all beings on heaven in front of this act.

Do not underestimate love. Love is the most powerful thing in the universe. Her grace is the Greatest.
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Do you serve HER will?
Or are you DOOMed?
:iconcrazylaughplz:
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Amen.

Your eloquence in describing the ultimate truth, is highly praiseworthy.
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the scales, is the heart heavier than a feather

reincarnation.
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TriagonalHobbyist Artist
The difference between heaven and hell is the baggage. There is nobody who has truly gone to heaven and doesn't feel at peace, because then what would that make it?
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BlackCapBanditStudent Digital Artist
''The difference between heaven and hell is the baggage''

I thought it was the temperature
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BlackCapBanditStudent Digital Artist
If heaven exists then hell exists too. There's two sides to everything, to balance it outShrug 
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anancientwellHobbyist Traditional Artist
If journey exists, then home exists too. There's two sides to everything, to balance it out.
It's not about balance actually. It is about creating relativity.
The relative universe in what we live is the place where we can experience, where we can feel.
Without relativity - impossible to feel anything. Hot witout cold just an idea.
In the absolute universe, where is no other side, we couldn't expirience anything.

I don't believe in heaven.
I believe that life is a journey.
As otherside has to be home.
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BlackCapBanditStudent Digital Artist

Yes life is a journey but every journey has a destination. If that wasn't the case then the journey we call ''life'' will be pretty meaningless in the end

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nichtgraveyet General Artist
What happens if my home isn't there anymore, or my family moved?
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anancientwellHobbyist Traditional Artist
We doesn't play games. Home isn't "a place".
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nichtgraveyet General Artist
naw, I know, he's a character on the Simpsons ;)
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nichtgraveyet General Artist
They only balance out if you can see what they're doing in there. Otherwise you'll be controlled by forces you cannot sense, lost on a path like some figurative bionic cockroach..
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anancientwellHobbyist Traditional Artist
Brilliant. Exactly.
On heaven would have to worship demons for they give them their feel of "peace", as it would be the parts of one world.
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nichtgraveyet General Artist

It's angels and demons all the way down, on more than a two dimensional plane - there are shortcuts and backdoors everywhere, we don't have to honour the interrupting demi-gods with our attention at all times. Distractions and miss-directions divide and conquer's bad fur day.

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anancientwellHobbyist Traditional Artist
Angels and demons are ideas, not the real creatures. As the real living beings have will.
And the differences between angels, demons, gods, hells, heavens and love. That love, isn't an idea.

You talk about perspectives.
But love isn't a perspective, and exists in all perspectives.
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nichtgraveyet General Artist

Yes. They're ideas. And we should never be one idea. If we are ever reduced to one idea we have lost control again, and everything will seem like the obvious thing to do. Look at the post, and you'll ride your bike right into it.

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Heaven for the climate, Hell for the company.

- Samuel Clemens