Heaven may be a lot closer to home than you think. If you live above the Mason-Dixon line you only need to pack a bag and hitch a ride on the City of New Orleans. If you live south of the line you're already there.
I know that's true because the story was told long ago in a pop song, "And they called it Dixieland".
They say the angels built old Dixie and I know that's not a fib, for to me it looks like Heaven; I'm gonna tell you what the angels did.
Well first they took a garden for a rose and they called it Dixieland, They put the summer breeze to keep the snows far away from Dixieland, They built the finest place I've known When they built my home sweet home -- Nothin' was forgotten in the land of cotton From the clover to the honeycomb. And then they took an angel from the skies and gave her heart to me...
Heaven can be the condition of how you look at something. You can call your home heaven if it's peaceful, clean, and spacious or whatever fits your own personal perception of it. It's not a place in the sky, that's for sure.
In the beginning God created the heavenS and the earth! There are 3 heavens! 1: where you and I breath air and birds and clouds and airplanes are. 2: where the space ships- sun-moon-stars-and other galaxies are! 3: where God lives. In Revelation, john said he was in the 3rd Heaven!