They don’t happen every day, but they do happen. Those times when we step back and ask questions beginning with the word why. “Why was I happy today but agitated yesterday?” “Why has our home been so peaceful this week but so chaotic last week?” “Why did I get into another needless argument with my brother today?” When these questions arise, we often gloss over them or push them to the side, intending to look at them when we have more time.
Then come the questions that we rarely ask but that lurk just beneath the surface: “What am I doing here?” “Does my life have any purpose?”...
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