Finding heaven—now

For centuries people have pondered what heaven must be like. Some have thought of it as a happy state of perpetual rest. Some have likened it to a place of great splendor, streets paved with gold, somewhere in the starry firmament.

In a recent popular movie, a less typical view was suggested. A man poses a question—something he has come to consider as one of life's great mysteries. He says that according to his calculations there are probably one hundred million men in the United States and that the average American male loses four socks each year. (He confesses to losing at least ten himself.) So, he asks, where are the four hundred million socks that disappear annually? He wonders why people don't occasionally run across one of these four hundred million lost socks, but nobody does. All the socks have simply vanished.

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