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Heaven: Personal Perseption about Religion

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Religion has become part of a life style to fill the emptiness that we have as humans, although is more than just that. Even if we don’t believe in any religion we know that there is something bigger than us, it can be science, a plant, or even an animal that we could consider the superior power. Sometimes it cannot be explained with words because is like the air we can feel and we know is there, but we can’t see it. Every opinion or fact always creates a belief, and a controversy. The fact that religion it’s so important to society created different opinions about it and disagreements. There are many types of religion all around the world and each one have different beliefs and perceive life differently. Religion involves different elements such as rituals, traditions, and interpretation of the bible. However, there are outside elements that although are involved with religion, society doesn’t really perceive them as one. Some examples are the resurrection of Christ better known as Easter, or the born of Jesus better known as Christmas. Both traditions that are surely important elements of some religions, but are not celebrated or interpreted by some people as they should be. Easter and Christmas is celebrated mostly by everyone, however, most people don’t see them as religion principles of faith. Instead some people prefer to celebrate Easter as egg hunting for kids, and Christmas as Santa Claus bringing gifts to those whom behave well. Some people blame commercialism for these false traditions, however, society has decided to perceive them differently and not involved them with religion. Heaven and hell are also generalizations that some people make about the afterlife regardless of their beliefs or religion preferences. Heav... ... middle of paper ... ...ecause is an independent concepts. Heaven is our own perception of what we imagine based on our beliefs in religion, and beliefs in life. Each perception of heaven is based on our physiological and spiritual emotions. Nobody really knows what would happen after death, we can only make assumption and have faith. Despite our beliefs in science, religion, or heaven I think every human being should live a moral life with good ethics because even if there’s no heaven we will still rest in peace if our lives were good examples to others. Works Cited Bradbury Ray, Heather, Masri ed. Science Fiction: Stories and Context. New York: Bedford/St.Martin’s, 2009. 73-87 Print. Deem, Rich. "What Will Heaven Be Like?" Evidence for God. Http://www.godandscience.org/doctrine/heaven.html, 13 Oct. 2011. Web. 06 Apr. 2014. The Holy Bible. Nashville, TN: Nelson, 1991. Print.

In this essay, the author

  • Explains that religion has become part of a life style to fill the emptiness that we have as humans, although it is more than just that.
  • Explains that heaven and hell are generalizations that some people make about the afterlife regardless of their beliefs or religion preferences.
  • Explains that the bible is a book that can be interpreted in various ways, but there are phrases that go straight to the point without so much confusion.
  • Explains that rich deem's theory of heaven is more acceptable for non-religious people. the new jerusalem is described as a 1,500 mile cube.
  • Explains that there are people who don't believe in either religion or science. they prefer to see heaven as how they perceive it.
  • Opines that heaven is an issue of faith, either you have or not.
  • Explains that people don't understand heaven because they allow members of the same family to go to heaven and others to hell. morality and ethics are an issue of choice.
  • Opines that every human being should live a moral life with good ethics despite their beliefs in science, religion, or heaven.
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