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Purpose of Life

This has been a week of amazing posts in the blog world. I promise to have an original Peacewriter piece up later in the week, but for today I had to share this amazing post by Juliane over on Molly Mormon's Evil Twin.

Juliane shares a video of an amazing man who serves his neighbors with the kind of selfless love that others merely write about. This man has figured out the purpose of his life. Watch the video and read Juliane's remarks.

If you need a dose of perspective today, here it is.

I have to say, this is better than any message I have ever heard from any pulpit anywhere in my entire life.

1 comments:

Juliane said...

Thanks for linking to my blog :) I'm glad you were as inspired by Narayanan Krishnan as I am! What a marvelous human being he is!!

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