Heaven. All the good people are there. Someday we hope we'll be there as well. And with the likes of Ghandi, Lincoln, Alexander the Great, don't you want to spend some time talking to them about all the great things they've known and seen and experienced? But is there really an opportunity to sit with Thomas Jefferson? How many millions of people want to or have already had a chat with Thom? And would Jefferson get bored of so many discussions with the same questions.
Maybe this concept of sitting and chatting is totally irrelevant, non sequitur for heaven. But the idea that all the great minds and noble people of the past are in one place after death, it seems a shame that we would not be able to share time with them. After all, in heaven, there is eternal time. Of course I'd look forward to being reunited with relatives who passed before me. But what's wrong with having a sit with a childhood hero or someone you respected from history.
Who will you talk to in Heaven?