Todays new idiom is : A fool's Paradise
A fool's paradise, If you say that someone is living in a fool's paradise, you are actually criticizing them, because, they are not aware that their present happiness is likely to change. It basically means to be happy on a false hope or you can say a state of happiness for foolish or unfounded reason.
Someone who lives in a fool's Paradise is just living on false expectations, they are happy on the basis of an unrealistic hope which will never be fulfilled, because they are ignoring a problem or do not realize that it exists.
In short it means, A state of happiness on baseless hopes.
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