I once asked a wise man how I should decide what to do with my life. He essentially told me to sit down and think, about who I am, what I can do, what possibilities are available to me, and then to choose. For many years such a decision has evaded me and seemed to propose an insurmountable obstacle. Lately, however, I have come to see the wisdom in his advice. If I can use the intelligence that God has given me to solve difficult metaphysical problems, certainly I can apply it equally well to practical affairs and thereby come to solve many of the problems that life in this world presents. I have decided to use the time that is presently available to me in the consideration of my life as a whole in an effort to examine more thoroughly the answers to those fundamental questions: Who am I? Where have I come from? and Where am I going?
(Continued in My Hierarchy of Needs)
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