This also means that Allah sees everything, essentially making a 24-hour film of their lives, even while they sleep. In the end, Allah decides whether people will be sent to hell or to paradise. In hell, the drinking water is purulent, and everyone becomes fat, and has pimples and bad skin.
Saliha wants to have skin as smooth as glass — and that’s only an option in paradise.
There is also alcohol in paradise, she says, served in golden goblets. Food is served on plates decorated with diamonds, and the people in paradise live a life of luxury. Reyhana looks forward to having her own house in paradise. The first floor, she says, will be filled with makeup, and on the second floor she’ll have a never-ending selection of clothes to wear.
“You’ll never to have think about what to wear again,” she says. “Allah makes everyone happy.” In her view, life in paradise is similar to the life she led when she was still a non-believer — only better. She and her friend will be 18 again, they won’t be wearing veils, they won’t perspire, and they’ll be beautiful. [bron]