Meaning of Life

“Again the kingdom of heaven is like a merchant in search of fine pearls” (Matthew 13:45).

There is a story of a poor fellow who had spent years desperately searching for the meaning of life. He travelled from country to country seeking out the most famous philosophers, the most learned theologians, the most gifted novelists and poets and playwrights. None could satisfy his insatiable hunger for eternal truth. Then he heard of a very old and very wise guru living thousands of miles away on one of the world’s highest mountains. After a long, hazardous journey, he arrived at the mountain’s base. Slowly, painfully, he clawed and scratched his way up the sheer rock mountainside. Finally, as he hung from…

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