Happiness is subjective. Self worth, self esteem, satisfaction and pleasure are all subjective to each and every individual throughout time. There is no such thing as a baseline for any of these emotions or feelings.
So, what is Heaven exactly? My version of Heaven is my family, all together. Not necessarily my entire family, more or less, my wife and my children together for eternity. But then, where do my mother and father and siblings fit in? I don’t know.
My idea of Heaven is mine. Your idea of Heaven could be completely different. Some people don’t believe in Heaven.
So, what does all of this mean? Honestly, I haven’t a clue. It does worry me to some extent, even though I have no control over it.
If my idea of Heaven differs from my Wife’s and Children’s ideas of what Heaven means to them, does that mean that we will be separated? Or, do we each get our own version of Heaven?
If that’s the case, does that mean that the souls of my wife and children will copies, just to suit my Heaven? Since each of their individual souls are each in their own Heaven?
What if, there is a version where I don’t want to be with my wife and kids in Heaven? If that’s the case, do I even want to know what makes me truly happy?
Is Heaven one or many? When it comes to Hell, I am certain that it will surely be true hell.
Suffice to say, Heaven scares me more than Hell. This is probably not the right outlook, but this is what I fear. Hell is a given, Heaven is not. I know what to expect in Hell, I do not know what to expect in Heaven.
Then again, maybe we don’t know what we don’t know.