I had to smile when I walked by the building. There was a sign on the door saying “classroom inside.”
“Wow, they have a school for eternal happiness? I am impressed!”
I stopped took a few images and giggled. I would like to meet whoever came up with and painted the sign upon the building, it might be better posted over a church or temple door. As I type that, I still have to smile, as church in Switzerland still has me hoping someone will come up and say hello and have a conversation outside of the deacon, Walter.
In some respect, I hope that eternal happiness is the prize for whatever the short and limited time we spend on this planet. The world is moving forth, data and information rates are accelerating – it seems like man is going a bit crazy with his behavior, and we are somehow getting used to the atrocities as some normal part to life. While the news itself is sad, there is comfort in the faith that there is a lot more beyond the gerbil cage living of obligations and the priority of aiming for something deeper and further.
Many of the world’s religions teach that there is something else beyond what we know here. I have to agree with that faith and wait upon the day I pass from here to there.
But it is nice to know that there is a school that teaches eternal happiness out there. Perhaps that is why I smiled when I walked by the building.
Imagine pure happiness and bliss on this planet.
Now imagine something a million times more powerful than what you imagined.
That is sort of what I think perfect love might be. On earth we can experience great love in our human sense, yet, the idea of perfect love is something that my limited human mind and heart can’t really grasp.
Hopefully one day we can all walk through the door to eternal happiness. It has to exist right? I have a photo of it!