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John Marshall says
All true. As you commented@ me, I must say the same. Jesus IS the "reason" for being. As Father, The cause, as the reason, defined through the Son. The only "reasonable" means - The Prima Causa. Marked up! Good answer!
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Tom Ware says
I found Conversations with God somewhat confusing and self-contradictory at times. I don't think I made it past the third chapter.
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Brandon Heath Tart says
This is the best "Way" to go through life... it's the "Way" to go through life, and is the reason for it. Good comment contribution!
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Mike Monaghan says
The problem I see with this your perspective here, Moesky, is that 'an answer' is correct. I should say, that one answer is going to be right while others are not. If you take a test, for example, a multiple choice question will only have one answer.
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Larry Wall says
I agree that we may not know our purpose in this lifetime. But I do believe we were all created for a reason.
Good comment Larry, nice analogy as well. I have to agree we are all here for a purpose.
My personal take on it, I try to differentiate between passion and purpose, eg - my passion is music, my purpose is to provide for my family..i follow purpose.
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