Today is Cousins Family Lunch Day. We are all having lunch in Livermore at Harry’s Hofbrau The Carvery. What a Fabulous day. For lunch we had dad and I, Uncle Joe, Auntie Isabel, Kenny, Lisa, Debbie, Deaunn and Jean. We had a three-hour lunch. We just were having so much fun. Also! Lisa told me about the AAA Member Deals and I signed up for three Swedish Massages with Aromatherapy at Absolute Bliss Massage Therapy in Castro Valley. Can’t wait to call Monday and schedule an appointment. Have been reading all the reviews and they are all great. Debbie and Deaunn brought me beautiful flowers for my birthday. This really has been one of my best birthdays ever. I am so Happy!
Below I have copied today’s blog by Tioga George. Hope it is okay with him. I Love Today’s Post.
11AM – Too much heaven
Since I am a person who lives in heaven, I think about living in heaven a lot. Not ‘heaven-in-the-sky’. But heaven on Earth. Did you know that “heaven” is a nebulous place? Lots of people living here in heaven complain about what’s here, or what is not here. That’s the mysterious thing about heaven. How do you know that you are actually there or not there?
I have come to understand that the key to knowing about heaven may be found in imagination. If a person is able to imagine themselves in a terrible place, then their understanding of “when they are in heaven” may become startlingly clear. For example, if you were able to imagine yourself locked up in Folsom Prison, then your actual life in heaven-on-Earth may suddenly become absolutely fantastic and wonderful.
Is it all really as simple as that? Hmmmmm? I believe that it is that simple. Just imagine yourself locked up in Folsom Prison, then imagine yourself here in El Chaco. Now because of imagination, you are here in heaven. As free as a bird. Just with a tiny bit of imagination, you can do anything that you want. Go anyplace that you want.
Can a person have “Too much heaven” causing them to lose their grip on reality? I think that the answer to this question is, “Yes, they can!”