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Discuss the concepts of heaven home and exile as they were presented in each of Professor Middletons presentations and the workshops you attended How has your understanding of these terms been challenged by the information presented in this conference What difference does it make How do people define the terms Heaven Home and Exile How do these terms affect the daily lives of people Although some people may define the terms heaven home and exile as three different places they are all the same place Heaven may be considered by some to be a celestial place where one is taken to live with God when they die but heaven is the world that we live on Home might be considered by some to be just a place where one lives but home is also the world that we live on Exile might be considered by some to a place where one is banished from his home but exile is also the world that we live on From a religious standpoint heaven is a celestial place where you go to be with God when you die Heaven for some people is a location that is simply up there but is heaven really a location away from the world that we live on Before I attended the IS conference I held a belief that heaven is the world that we live on As human beings our power of perception has a strong influence on how we view our surroundings As Professor Richard Middleton pointed out there is no need to view the globe of the Earth with the North Pole on the top and with the North American continent facing out as would be the popular belief of some We can perceive our world to be heaven when we take into account all of the joy and beauty that is around us that people normally associate with the celestial heaven Also
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