No need to imagine paradise when God offers real one



Where is Shangri-La — that beautiful “place where life approaches perfection?”

It’s in the novel, “Lost Horizon,” by James Hilton. Shangri-La is an imaginary paradise.

In the real world, our Shangri-La’s get buried under volcanic ash, get shaken to pieces by earthquakes, get flung and scattered by tornadoes, get submerged by floods from hurricanes, tsunamis and swollen rivers and let’s not forget forest fires.

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