Does it seem reasonable that upon entrance into Heaven, and becoming cognizent of your newfound immortality, that you would go insane? It is my opinion that your mortality is one thing that keeps you sane. If you have immortality, what do you plan for? Retirement? Every day would be retirement, right? Do you have bank accounts or 401(k)'s in Heaven? If so, what if you overdraw or take a hardship withdrawal? Is there an IRS in Heaven? You can't have more kids can you? Do people 'get busy' in Heaven? If so they would have to be married, right? Well, what about the single people that die and go to Heaven? They have to live in eternity with no sex? I think a bunch of people, when they get, say 6 or 7,000 years old will go absolutely insane up there. Also, what about a loner that goes to Heaven. What will he do, just sit in his room for millions of years? The whole thing about people lounging around in hammocks and roaming around in white gowns...just seems like boredom/insanity will set in. Also, if you don't have to mow your yard or do laundry, pay bills, look for sales, etc., what exactly is there to do? Go bowling? Ride bikes? Can you meet up with your dog up there? If so, do you have to clean up the animal excrement? Because I don't thing my idea of Heaven is cleaning up dogshit. Also, do they recycle? I would think so. Who gets to meet/hang out with JC? Does he live in the suburbs of Heaven, or is he in the projects teaching new stuff about the next dimension?