There’s nothing like writing about religion to make you ask the big questions; what would Jesus like to eat? If God exists, what would he/she/they wear? Does blue skin burn in the sun? Who makes the clothing for the gods with lots of limbs? Are there godly tailors?
And then, you know, there are the less interesting questions; why are we here, what does it all mean, etc.
Right now, I’m writing about a lot about death. I’m looking at what makes life so worth living that we do what we can to avoid leaving it, as much as we can. If we looked at death differently, with less fear, would we treat life as less valuable?
So here is my question for you: what makes life meaningful for you?
Is it family? Love? Friends? Doing good deeds? The afterlife? Leaving a legacy?
When this crazy, relatively short, adventure ends, what is it that will have made your personal journey meaningful?