Do paradise exist? Yes, but it is also hell. There are lost paradises and forgotten hells. The Swat Valley, in Pakistan, was at one time called a paradise by its people and by those who visited. Today, it’s not hell, but it’s no longer the paradise, that was nicknamed “Switzerland of the East”.
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