Driving back from hospice at Sussman House, I hear this from Scribd:
Nature, this world, is an existence which contradicts my wishes, my feelings. Here it is not as it ought to be; this world passes away; but God is existence as it ought to be. God fulfils my wishes; – this is only a popular personification of the position: God is the fulfiller, i.e., the reality, the fulfilment of my wishes. But heaven is the existence adequate to my wishes, my longing; thus there is no distinction between God and heaven. God is the power by which man realises his eternal happiness; God is the absolute personality in which all individual persons have the certainty of their blessedness and immortality; God is to subjectivity the highest, last certainty of its absolute truth and essentiality.
(--Ludwig Feuerbach, Essence of Christianity: PART I, The True or Anthropological Essence of Religion, Chapter XVIII. The Christian Heaven, or Personal Immortality
The sentence, "God is existence as it ought to be." takes my attention.
Sound of fireworks in the distance.