"The tragedy of modern man is not that he knows less and less about the meaning of his own life,
but that it bothers him less and less." - Vaclav Havel (Letters to Olga - 1980)
My father’s death on February 5, 2018 sent me back on a journey. This time the journey was driven by grief. It sent me back to the big questions: Why am I here? What is my purpose? Are we eternal? What is important? What is absolute? This was the third time in my life I was willing to be fully open to various commentary on the big ideas as I want to know truth, not as it is comfortable to me, but as it is.
If I could decide what truth would be I would choose a faith that says, “It all ends well for everyone.” As we know, this is not true in reality, and I have no ability to create truth as I want it, I was once again searching.