buddha came to this world to teach prestine dhamma path. those who work little will go to heaven. others who have completed reach NIBBANA. and in very few suttas, you will fin that buddha has given discourses about DEVAS and their life span and facilities..etc. but it does nt mean that he came to send people to heaven or Brahma world. everyone cannot understand this dhamma. so he must have adviced those people to go to higher realms rather than going down to hell. please visit the following link. you can download the PDF.http://www.pathtonibbana.com
Thank you for the link.
What about those who aspire to learn the Dhamma from Maithree Bodhisattva
himself? In the Suttas the Buddha is able to bring about the rising of the dhammacakkhu
in someone through a simple sermon after a meal, e.g. the Upālisutta
or the Brahmāyusutta
while in the world today there are those who devote their entire lives to achieving such a view, and more often than not fail in the attempt. For some an auspicious rebirth at the time when Maithree Bodhisattva
teaches the Dhamma holds out more promise than blindly grasping for a glimpse of enlightenment.
I'm not suggesting that we shouldn't follow the Eightfold Path to the best of our abilities, only that a good rebirth might play into a strategy of becoming enlightened, and liberated.
"...abstraction is illusory: abstraction is a discursive escape from the singularity of the real to the plurality of the imaginary—it is not an escape from the concrete." Ven. Ñanavira