90 Minutes in Heaven Setting & Symbolism

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Trinity Pines

A large conference center operated by the Union Baptist Association of the greater Houston area. Don has been at Trinity Pines for three days attending a conference. It is on his way home that the accident occurs.

Angel WIngs

Don does not see actual angel wings on the people who come to greet him in heaven. He knows angels are there because he can hear them. Don says that the wings sound like never-ending praise, and they remind him of a time when he surprised a group of birds while walking in the woods.

Radiance

Don states that heaven is full of a radiance that does not fade. As Don moves from one area to another, the light only grows brighter and areas behind him do not darken.

Music

One of Don's most salient memories of heaven is the music. He recalls hearing a multitude of...

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