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We're reading a lot in the news these days about how to end life with dignity. While no one can ignore or deny the severe trials of human beings or fail to be moved to the need for great compassion, it is surely not helpful for society to be focusing more on better death than on fulfilling life.

It may be time to remind ourselves that the radical message of Christianity is about life. Not Christ Jesus' death but his resurrection and the remarkable life of healing that he lived were his message for mankind. He said—and it was borne out by his acts—"I am come that they might have life, and that they might have it more abundantly." His example for humanity indicates that real life has its source in God and so is indestructible and eternal.

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March 2, 1992
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