52 thoughts on “Paradise Is Not A Place

  1. what a wonderful thought and pivture, Colleen! yes it is surely a time you spend with people you love! But I think you have not to go necessairily back, paradise can be in future aswell…you never know what paradises are hided in future!

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  2. Yes, paradise for me would be to share more time with my Dad, Grandma and Grandpa.
    Now, my friend and mentor while taking preschool special ed courses at OSU would be special to see again. Jean passed away at 42, I wish her family were able to be “there” with her in Paradise. She would be so amazed how well they grew up and they would not wish to let her go. . . πŸ’ž

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  3. To me…it’s a state of being where one is completely fulfilled by the time and place they are in, not necessarily a moment in the past…it can be in the present as well.

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