What will I do in Heaven? I have thought about that many times.
I imagine when I am allowed to enter Heaven I probably will be in total awe. I can see me to be in that state for the longest time, just letting things sink in and looking around like a child trying to absorb what I am looking at.
Then I discover God looking at me, welcoming me, Jesus, the Father, the Holy Spirit. This is just totally unimaginable. Then meeting Mary, getting to see my guardian angel, meeting relatives that have gone before me, other characters, all the different Saints I have read and learned about have admired for what they have accomplished, and not to forget meeting all the Angels. Each moment (if there is such a thing in Heaven) is new, a new discovery, a new experience, infinitely capacity to learn, comprehend, expand on talents given, create.
Since once in Heaven you’re there for all Eternity, I can just imagine the joy of getting acquainted with all the inhabitants of that place. You get the meet the Prophets, Church Fathers, Popes. You can get answers to all the questions that were never answered when you were still on earth.
The surroundings must be totally breathtaking. Isn’t there a description of the New Jerusalem in Revelation, where the streets are paved with gold and jasper and crystal? And when we sing the Holy, Holy, Holy, there is mention of Saints throwing their golden crown on a glassy sea. Music litterally must be out of this world, to smell the most heavenly perfumes, aromas, scents, you name it.
You become like the Angels, able to transport yourself as fast as you can think, wherever you want to go.
You’re in a state of total contentment and bliss. You never have to fear for your safety. Nothing but good follows you wherever you go.
For those who had many sorrows while alive, their tears are wiped away and their pains are gone. I feel nothing but happiness for them, even as I write this.
What does it say in the Bible about eyes have not seen, ears not heard, nor has it so much as entered into the mind of men what God has prepared for those who enter Heaven.
Everything is just going to be totally unimaginable for ever, and ever, and ever…