Hello again audience, some of you may have seen a similar picture to this on Facebook but I had a fiddle with the picture and this is the final product :P you can guess what today's topic of the blog will be ;P haha. I had so much positive feed back from yesterdays blog post thank you so much to everyone and also had a massive amount of visitors and one new follower! thank you :P I am hoping the weather will be picking up again so I can go out and take some more pictures! I may also have a new model, which will be interesting to see how it turns out.
So now to the main topic of the blog, I haven't given my own opinion about a subject in a while so I thought I would contribute. What is Heaven? Does it exists? and what is it like? First of all I do believe Heaven exists maybe that's just an image too comfort myself that there is something after life and it isn't just nothingness. Heaven will be different for everyone as everyone's own perfect world is different to the next and you can meet your family and friends and loved ones and be at peace. Reading what I have wrote just sounds silly to me but I think this is the only Heaven that is in my head. Please leave a comment with what you think or believe is true about heaven I would love to hear about what you believe.
The picture today shows two things one the word Heaven and two my heaven.
Now some random facts!
In most religions, Heaven is a realm, either physical or transcendental in which people who have died continue to exist in an afterlife.
Heaven is often described as the holiest place, accessible by people according to various standards of divinity, goodness, piety, faith or other virtues.
The modern English word Heaven is derived from the earlier (Middle English) spelling heven (attested 1159); this in turn was developed from the previous Old English form heofon. By c. 1000, heofon was being used in reference to the Christianized "place where God dwells", but originally, it had signified "sky, firmament". The English term has cognates in the other Germanic languages: Old Saxon heƀan "sky, heaven", Middle Low German heven "sky", Old Icelandic himinn "sky, heaven", Gothic himins; and those with a variant final -l: Old Frisian himel, himul "sky, heaven", Old Saxon/Old High German himil, Dutch hemel, and modern German Himmel. All of these have been derived from a reconstructed Proto-Germanic form Hemina. In many languages, the word for "heaven" is the same as the word for "sky".