First of all, we’d like to state that Paradise, Hell and all that lies beyond death properly belong to the category of what is known as al-ghayb (the Unseen). Muslims believe in the existence of a world that is not immediately visible to us because it has been veiled from us. The realities of this world transcend the confines of the material world surrounding us.

It goes without saying that Paradise is the greatest aim of every believer. Every Muslim strives to live in this abode of eternity and everlasting happiness. Paradise, as described by the Prophet (peace and blessings be upon him), is the infinite bliss and the highest aim and the greatest joy unequalled by any other joy or blessings. In its people see things never seen before, hear things never heard before and never thought of, since the human perception is still nothing compared to the power of Allah.

Paradise we are told is where all of our dreams and desires find ultimate consummation and fulfillment. It is where we shall experience such eternal bliss, “the like of which no eyes have ever seen, no ears have ever heard about, and no mind has ever conceived” (Al-Bukhari and Muslim).

So, what we know is that in Paradise, there is an un-imaginable joy for the believers. Whatever will please the believers will be available. So, it is advisable if we concentrated on working to gain Paradise. Finally, we ask Allah Almighty to grant you and us all Paradise and happiness in this worldly life and in the Hereafter.