Julian of Norwich describes heaven as a place of "eternal joy". She explains: "But we are not blessedly safe, possessing our endless joy, until we are all in peace and in love, that is to say wholly contented with God and with all his works and with all his judgments, and loving and content with ourselves and with our fellow Christians and with everything which God loves, as is pleasing to love.
"This meme has one question: How do you envision heaven?"
I know that these memes can be quite demanding timewise, especially if one has timetabled ones blogging day, so if you are a blogger on my site list consider yourself "tagged". If you are blogless put something in the comments.
This is actually an important topic, our vision of heaven forms our understanding of God, of his Church, of worship, of ourselves and our relationship with others. The failure to articulate any eschatology whatever by many priests and bishops does the Gospel a serious disservice.
I don't have too much time at the moment, I have to go up to Town today, I am going to the Barbican to hear the Mozart Requiem which for me is most beautiful and articulate vision of Heaven.
I'll return to this later in the week.