Idiom “Fool’s paradise ” Meaning of Idiom, Definition of Phrase and origin with Example.

Fool’s paradise 


Problems have to be tackled firmly. If you think they will disappear on their own you are living in a fool’s paradise. 

A fool’s paradise is a state of unreal happiness that cannot last. People living in a fool’s paradise are deceiving themselves, for their happiness is based on illusion, not reality. 

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