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Looking For Georges Bizet On Planet Heaven

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What if, after death, we find ourselves on a planet that is the exact replica of Earth?

Let’s call it Planet Heaven. On this planet, there would be the same continents and countries as on our own planet. Up there, we would move at the speed of light and come across all the people that we knew here on Earth. Yes, it’s a place of goodness, but even there, evil lurks in dark
Paperback, 213 pages
Published June 30th 2015 by Create Space
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Aug 13, 2015 rated it it was amazing
Planet Heaven, a total replica of Earth where I can choose where to live, travel at the speed of light, meet my long gone relatives, friends, pets and look forward to seeing my loved ones when their turn comes.

This book's description of Planet Heaven is chicken soup for the soul!

Very inspirational, full of hope and dreams. I did not realize that Georges Bizet, the composer of the Opera Carmen was so harshly criticized by critics in Parisian circles. It made me think of other artists who lived m
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