Love Is Extreme
When you are filled with TRUE love, life is heavenly. When you have no TRUE love in you, life is hell.
That's because love is the only true meaning, purpose and way of life for all of us.
Heaven is real. You've seen the movie? Well so is hell, believe it or not.
Heaven is the realm and reality of the supernatural presence of absolute, undying, true love, in which everyone's nature is loving and their character is according to true love's characteristic virtues. They are all perfect gentlemen and gentlewomen of true love, saints by any other name and it's the highest ideal, perfect, egoless civilization.
Hell is the realm and reality of absolutely no love and no love means, no virtue. No hope, no compassion, no caring, no charity, no courtesy or consideration, no respect, no honour, no joy, no peace, etc. and it's thoroughly primal, savage and uncivilized.
To live in Heaven, you have to be ready, willing and ABLE to live the way of life in it, in living for love like a perfect gentleman or gentlewoman, with all your heart, mind, body and soul (absolutely), and in every thought, word and deed, according to true love's absolute holiness, peacefulness, gracefulness and graciousness, with absolute equanimity, humility, cooperativeness and joy, without a care in the world and like a little child-at-heart, though far from childish.
If you can't live that way, then you can't fit in and that's why hell is for all the misfits who fall short. For if the slightest spot of anything that's not from true love's divine nature and characteristic virtues, was allowed in, then all hell would break loose and it would cease to be the eternal presence, realm and reality of ABSOLUTE, undying true love and virtue.
That's just divine, common sense and extreme social distancing.
Virtue of the Week
Gentleness is moving wisely, touching softly, holding carefully, speaking quietly and thinking kindly. When you feel mad or hurt, use your self-control. Instead of harming someone, talk things out peacefully. You are making the world a more civil, gentler place.
But you, O man of God, flee these things and pursue righteousness (virtuousness), godliness, faith, love, patience, gentleness.1 Timothy 6:11