Paradise is a religious term for a place in which existence is positive, harmonious and timeless. It is conceptually a counter-image of the supposed miseries of human civilization, and in paradise there is only peace, prosperity, and happiness. Paradise is a place of contentment, but it is not necessarily a land of luxury and idleness. Paradise is often described as a "higher place", the holiest place, in contrast to Hell.
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... Paradise is the name of an area at approximately 5,400 feet (1,600 m) on the south slope of Mount Rainier in Mount Rainier National Park in Washington, United States ... on the border of Pierce and Lewis counties and includes the Paradise Valley and the Paradise Glacier which is the source of the Paradise River ... Virinda Longmire named Paradise in the summer of 1885 while she viewed the wildflowers in the alpine meadows there ...
... The Paradise kingfishers (genus Tanysiptera) are a group of tree kingfishers found in Australasia ... There are eight species Little Paradise Kingfisher, Tanysiptera hydrocharis Common Paradise Kingfisher, Tanysiptera galatea Kofiau Paradise Kingfisher, Tanysiptera ellioti Biak Paradise ...
... Paradise is the state-controlled facility of forest and gardens, where Kiches are taken at the age of three to live naked and sheltered from the outside world ...
... movie Dangerous Minds, and this song became "Gangsta's Paradise" ... "Gangsta's Paradise", which featured R B singer L.V ... had not asked for permission to make his parody of "Gangsta's Paradise", titled "Amish Paradise" ...
... Live In Paradise is a live concert DVD by American dark cabaret duo The Dresden Dolls ... The Dresden Dolls hosted a free concert at the Paradise Rock Club in Boston on June 5, 2005 ...
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“To lose sensibility, to see what one sees,
As if sight had not its own miraculous thrift,
To hear only what one hears, one meaning alone,
As if the paradise of meaning ceased
To be paradise, it is this to be destitute.”
—Wallace Stevens (18791955)