Have you ever wondered over how many will be saved, how many will go to heaven after death? For me it’s crystal clear. When I make estimations of my chances to rise to heaven after my death compared to that of billions of billions of people who’ve ever been on earth, the result gives birth to this eye-opening poem: Songs of Heaven. But hey, I am not planning on resting in peace too soon. Can’t a man just be thinking of heaven for heaven’s sake?

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Revelation 7:4. « Then I heard the number of those who were sealed: 144,000 from all the tribes of Israel. » — The Bible

In demographics, the world population is the total number of humans currently living. As of August 2016, it was estimated at 7.4 billion. The United Nations estimates it will further increase to 11.2 billion in the year 2100. — Wikipedia

If one makes the extremely generous assumption that all the saved souls are presently amongst the living and that there has never been a living soul before this era, one gets 144,000 ÷ 7.4 billion as a probability of making it to paradise which is roughly equal to 0.00002 which is still roughly equal to zero percent.


Heaven shalt be a cold and lonely place,

Billions of zillions on earth erred épars, but the redeemed only a hundred thousand are!

Heaven shalt be a cold and deadly place,

If love is all you’d love to stay in love, brace thy love my soul for the Tartare!

None shalt rise to cloud nine,

Neither you nor I, nor the one kissed good nights, in your haven most fine!

Check the numbers the Bible offers, then compute the stats,

The God of Hebrews must be a joker, there’s no chance of cracking His spot!


Then what my love what my hope to be?

“To be loved the more I love

And return to dust as when was not.”

For who my love are tears to drop?

“He who dreams of heaven’s stores at the expense of so many

Must be must be the Devil I flee.

— Gilles F. Dogbo


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