What we need is clarification.
When Caleb approached his mother and wants to know whether, in the resurrection, he will enjoy the heavenly hope or be a part of the "great crowd."
As he looks at her with his piercing black eyes, she reminds him that Jehovah can't lie. When people die they "sleep" until the resurrection, she says. Then Jehovah reconstitutes them and they become part of one group or the other.
"Cool," says Caleb. "What group will I be part of?"
His mother smiles and replies, "You'll be part of the Santa Claus class."
"But mom," he says. "I thought Santa Claus was bad!"
"Santa Claus doesn't exist, Caleb. I thought we discussed that," his mother said.
"Yeah. We did, mom" Caleb says. "But how can I be resurrected to the same class as Santa Claus? He doesn't exist!"
Okay, you're Caleb's mom. What are YOU going to tell him?