Thanks living and praise giving

When you ask an iPhone, “What’s the meaning of life?” you might get the response, “All evidence to date suggests it’s chocolate.” That’s just one of several retorts offered up by Siri, Apple’s clever “personal assistant” application with a pleasant, but go-about-your-business expression. Its other quips about life’s meaning include: “I don’t know. But I think there’s an app for that.” “Life: a principle or force that is considered to underlie the distinctive quality of animate being. I guess that includes me.” 

Perhaps the age-old conundrum about the meaning of life is best left to our own prayers and experience and not to artificial intelligence. While no single answer completely satisfies our curiosity about life’s significance, that shouldn’t stop us from considering its intent from our own perspective. Maybe a better way to frame the quandary is by evaluating our individual life purpose. Got a goal? 

Praise God's provision
November 19, 2012

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