There are many timeless questions that each person asks of himself:
Who am I?
Why am I here?
Who is God?
Why do bad things happen to good people?
How was the world created?
What happened to the dinosaurs?
What I do if there is a catastrophic event?
Why does money exist?
Who really is in charge of this _____?
Obviously this list could get pretty long. I once considered these questions vital and important. Once I turned my life over to God, the big questions became small and unimportant.
However, I am concerned about other things, and have created a new list:
Where did I park the car?
By the way, where are the car keys?
Did I close the garage door?
What is the expiration date on _____?
What is that person’s name—the one approaching me with a big smile?
Where is the next exit off the freeway?
Where is the closest bathroom?
I mean it, where is the closest bathroom?
What is the price of this___? The print is too small.
These are pretty basic questions, I’ll give you that.
But, they matter to me.
I suspect there are many readers who could add to this list.
Any other questions you would suggest?