Essay on Paradise

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Paradise

Paradise

Many people wonder if heaven exists, and if so, what it consists of. There are many
theories that will tell you different stories of heaven. In the bible heaven it is named
Eden, where man can walk and talk at the side of God. Heaven is an intangible place where
only the true ideals of life can be realized. On earth there is no way to know the true
meaning of life. People can never fully comprehend the reason behind existence. The human
world is full of many outside sources, such as evil, corrupting many lives. There will
never be peace on earth due to that corruption. Many people are envious of other lives and
are bound by senseless ideals. They spend much of their life with the want for unnecessary
items and the pressure to become a status symbol. Many of them will never ponder existence
and the question of heaven's actuality. According to Bob Dylan in his song "The Gates of
Eden," heaven is truth, peace, and freedom.

It is only in heaven where the true meaning of life can be seen. There is no real way to
figure out what humans have been put on earth for. Humans cannot understand the true
reality of the world God has created. Nobody has the capacity to think on the same level
as God. Some may say that the meaning of life will be realized within a lifetime. Other
people say that each individual has a unique meaning behind life. As Dylan says in the
final verse of his song, "There are no truths outside the Gates of Eden." Certainly there
is no absolutely true meaning of life because nothing outside of heaven is completely
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