They lived in the most beautiful world—so beautiful, they couldn’t imagine any other. Fields were filled with multihued flowers; ancient trees provided natural shelters. Fruits and vegetables grew abundantly and, once picked, regrew within hours. Animals were soft and fluffy, offering zero threat. Childbirth was instant and carefree. However, at the first hint of any type of pain, the people died. It could be a stubbed toe, a slight headache, even an unexpectedly poor grade or a rejection during a job interview. Given all the other advantages, though, this was but a small price to pay to live in heaven.