I agree with Ernest Holmes and his ideas about heaven and hell. He said, "In my estimation there are no such places as the literally accepted ideas of heaven or hell. It would seem unthinkable and certainly illogical to believe that such states could be created by God. I think that what we call 'hell' is a condition of experience on this plane which exists only but for the lack of an idea of heaven. I do not believe that anyone can be forever damned or committed to a place which has been called the literal hell. Nor do I believe that one can be consigned to the boredom of a state of eternal bliss called heaven." I agree with AMAG's statement that we are responsible for our reactions and responses to whatever we are experiencing in what is called "reality." They insist that what we think of as "real" is a complex and very believable illusion. Our reactions and responses to the illusion are what we then label as being "heavenly" or "hellish." Yesterday I suffered a hellish migraine and today I'm in heaven. No headache. Can it be as simple as that?