The great question of life is really a question about death: How then should one live, knowing that life will end? If death means nothing more than extinction then what we do in life doesn't mean anything. It's just, "Let's feast ...
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Dear heavenly Father, help me to keep focused on what really matters—on what will last long after my life on earth is finished.
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