Paradise Lost

“Better to reign in Hell, than to serve in Heaven” John Milton

Does John Milton prefer Hell?


I guess that in the above image, paradise is lost because of the overflooding.

First of all, why should humans think that paradise exists near the shore?

The next question is why should you long for Paradise?

And finally, do you listen to a wise saying…“There is no Heaven on earth. Not now anyway” Jean Reno

What does it teach us?

“Heaven is a place on earth, it’s just buried under a thin layer of bullshit”

And you accept this thesis?

To my knowledge, Heaven can exist in the first world, second world or third world etc… if only we are willing to accept this.

Don’t get lost in your thoughts, please.

Give me hints as to how to make Heaven and live in paradise.

Everybody talks of loving each other to experience Heaven or Paradise…but I don’t find sincere LOVE anywhere.

Love is scarce my friend.

Better to chill than to expect unconditional love.

Some advised having a pet dog to achieve this.

Thank you for your visit.

Take care, my friend.

Namaste 🙏🙏🙏


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6 thoughts on “Paradise Lost

  1. Milton was purposely inciting controversy all his life. His beliefs were so different from formal religion as to be considered heretical by some critics. The statement is more political than religious, and in truth, it is hard to perceive paradise on earth when kings get their heads chopped off left and right.

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