Could you live in hell and ever learn to be happy?

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  1. myownworld profile image72
    myownworldposted 14 years ago

    see now I can almost feel that delicious fire....!! mm...no place like hell!!

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      lyricsingrayposted 14 years agoin reply to this

      warmer than Toronto that's for sure lol

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    bloodnlatexposted 14 years ago

    I guess that all depends on who you're with.  With the right people I could have a hell of a good time.

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      lyricsingrayposted 14 years agoin reply to this

      lol

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        lyricsingrayposted 14 years agoin reply to this

        Bloody Hell this is becoming a good time

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          bloodnlatexposted 14 years agoin reply to this

          Oh hell, it is getting warm in here isn't it?

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            lyricsingrayposted 14 years agoin reply to this

            hot lol

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    bloodnlatexposted 14 years ago

    I mean I could play with fire all day and night!

  4. tantrum profile image61
    tantrumposted 14 years ago

    It's a Hell of a place !

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      lyricsingrayposted 14 years agoin reply to this

      lol

  5. Daniel Carter profile image61
    Daniel Carterposted 14 years ago

    I thought this thread died a long time ago and look what all you brats are doing.....
    lol

    I lived in hell for 50 years and decided it was enough. Now it comes and goes because I forget that I'm free of it. Old ways are hard habits to kick.

    I think the older I get that hell is a choice, and I'm not going there again.

    So I'll be damned if I'm gonna let my life be hell anymore.

    Pass the flame-thrower, please.

  6. aware profile image67
    awareposted 14 years ago

    maybe hell is like Little Nicky hell. All cool and stuff.Or maybe  its like the Greeks thought . And both heaven and hell  are in the underworld . Heaven being in a better neighborhood  .Or better yet maybe hell is just a small town in Arizona

    1. Daniel Carter profile image61
      Daniel Carterposted 14 years agoin reply to this

      I think hell is in more than one location.
      Hell, MI is a favorite place because I like photos of the city's sign covered over in ice.

      That's when Hell freezes over.

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        lyricsingrayposted 14 years agoin reply to this

        well put mate xo

      2. Flightkeeper profile image65
        Flightkeeperposted 14 years agoin reply to this

        So "when pigs fly" is still good?

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          lyricsingrayposted 14 years agoin reply to this

          A OK Friend - all still good big_smile

        2. Daniel Carter profile image61
          Daniel Carterposted 14 years agoin reply to this

          Yeah, I'm thinking so. However, let's hope they don't. Or cows... Windshields would never be the same.

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            Justine76posted 14 years agoin reply to this

            little birdie in the sky
            whyd you do that
            in my eye?
            im sure glad
            cows cant fly!!!!

  7. Flightkeeper profile image65
    Flightkeeperposted 14 years ago

    All right when did part of Hubville decided to relocate to Hell, Michigan? wink

  8. Flightkeeper profile image65
    Flightkeeperposted 14 years ago

    Whew, I'd hate to make a conditional promise and find out I would end up having to do it!!!

  9. The Grey Wolf profile image61
    The Grey Wolfposted 14 years ago

    I believe that a total seperation from god would be ecstasy. I want nothing to do with him/her/it. As far as being happy in hell, I defer to Mark Twain when he said "Heaven for the climate. Hell for the company."

  10. Flightkeeper profile image65
    Flightkeeperposted 14 years ago

    That's a good one Grey Wolf. Have to remember that. smile

  11. Daveyone profile image58
    Daveyoneposted 14 years ago

    I recently posted this on my Family Law blog and wondered if it could be of interest here?

    This is a question I would like to pose on a general
    theme and not pointed at any single religion or belief.

    During these times of financial hardship for many and society losing the respect it once had for previous generations, where is our moral and ethic guidance coming from? Are spiritual leaders vocal enough and if people do not visit them are they going to schools work places even shops and pubs to give guidance to the young we are very nearly losing sight of?

    I feel the silence is deafening and there should be a Multi-Faith approach with a serious and strong message getting all ideas across to primary school children with a caveat that it is for them to decide what questions
    they should be asking and quite how to deal with things in life the right way for the benefit of all!
    Very often people will turn to religion to try and handle adversity or some tragedy that has occurred when hitherto they may not have felt the n as he was I did honour his wish and took from this that when you are alone and facing dire straits there may just be someone there to help! eed to pray or understand before and I often wonder why those very much worse off then us in 3rd world countries some, starving and looking out on a bleak landscape both physically and emotionally, still find it in their hearts to believe and hold on to hope. How do they afford religion when we seem unable to?
    My Father used to say never call the Lords name in vein, as being in the RAF during WW2 he knew when he called out he meant it and whilst I am not as religious as he was I did honour his wish and took from this that when you are alone and facing dire straits there may just be someone there to help!

  12. sooner than later profile image60
    sooner than laterposted 14 years ago

    Hell is death- so there can be no life.

  13. privateye2500 profile image40
    privateye2500posted 13 years ago

    I do it everyday!

  14. awddude profile image58
    awddudeposted 13 years ago

    Hell is too ambiguous to wrap logic around.  Understand this point thoroughly before proceeding. 

    Unless you decide on a Christian hell, which I have heard is impossible to be happy in by definition.

  15. Diane Inside profile image69
    Diane Insideposted 13 years ago

    I already live in hell and you never learn to like but you do learn to tolerate it. lol

  16. gmwilliams profile image82
    gmwilliamsposted 6 years ago

    Hell in the astral plane is a place of negativity & lower consciousness.   Hell is a place of the lowest common denominator.   To interpret hell into the earth plan- many people live in hell everyday, mostly of their own making.  There are people who mindlessly & thoughtlessly make poor decisions & live w/the dire outcomes of such outcomes.  There are others who refuse to plan for the future, living for immediate gratification but subsequently suffer for their actions.   There are some people who have an inverse pleasure of "thriving" in negative, even abject situations, believing that such is normative.   

    Then there are people who subject their precious children to hellish conditions because of their own selfish wants & desires.  There are people who have more children than they can support comfortably yet they continue to have children, raising them in severely abject socioeconomic conditions where deprivation & poverty are normative lifestyles.  There are people who are socioeconomically poor who don't have the resources to have children yet they have them anywhere-subjecting the children to hell.  There are people who love to be impoverished although they know that poverty decreases their life chances & quality of life.

 
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