If you could chose one thing in the world to take with you to heaven, what would it be?
Since by definition a person is not a thing, I would have to chose my laptop
My wife, although it is far more likely that she will take me!
You said "thing" therefore I assume you were not referring to people. I can't think of a single thing that I'm so attached to that I would want to take with me to Heaven. Objects serve us well here on earth, but in Heaven we can probably create whatever we want by merely thinking about it, so we won't be needing anything from the earth.
I wish I could take him with me. It just would not be fair if I did because he may enjoy living here on earth. So I guess I would want to take my computer.
My pets - and every other animal on this world, except snakes.
My cats. No object can compare to the love an animal can offer. I wouldn't want anything made by man.
I will see my human loved ones in heaven, and I will have no need for material things. I would want to take my precious feline companion- my dear cat.
A noun is a person, place or thing. If one were to ask someone what they considered to be the most precious "thing" in the world, some people may say their spouse, child, or puppy dog. Therefore, children could fit your definition here. So, that is my answer: I would take my children. :0)
I would not take anything. See, like someone had said your loved ones that have passed are already there awaiting your arrival and the ones here on earth are still living. So, I would definitely not take my children because that would mean they would die along with me and my life consists of keeping them safe. I would not take a person because it would not be there time to go, but I would tell them I will see them there. And, like others have said, material things mean nothing in heaven. Material things are given to you by god to help you through life here on earth not to take them with you. And, well I have no pets at the moment, but if I did I would want them to stay here to comfort the ones I love, my children, after my passing. So, what would I take with me to heaven, not a thing, but my memories that I hold so dear to my heart because I feel that those are everlasting.
I would take all the athiests and dump them off a the pearly gates, so Jesus could tell them they have had a wasted journey and are standing outside the wrong Gates.
It would have to be my family. That counts as one isn't it?
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This is a great question. If I go to heaven, I would like those who love me and whom I love, to be there with me.
I believe animals are automatically included, and that they are endowed with souls if and when they love and are loved by us.
As an artist, I would take my favorite pencil.
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