If there is a heaven or a hell, do people sleep? Do they have anything resembling a day/night cycle?
One reads a lot about heaven and hell in the bible and in other works of fictional literature. We supposedly know what people do when they get to either destination.
What I have never seen (or can’t recall) is if there is an accepted view of day and night in descriptions of heaven and hell. Although the days may be longer than 24 hours, does literature assume there is some sort of “day” for activity and some sort of “night” for repose and rest?
We know that weather in hell is changeable (“It’ll be a cold day in hell..”) but we don’t know much about heaven.
To what degree is there literary agreement about how subject heaven and hell are to the clock and the calendar?
(If you have been to either one, please relate your observations)