The Return of the Prodigal Son (1773) by Pompeo Batoni (from here (en.wikipedia.org)).
Because of the Coronavirus (COVID-19), these are especially lonely times for some people. Solitude leads to contemplation. For most of us, there are four big questions.
–Why am I here?
–What is right and wrong?
–What brings me meaning
–What happens to a human being when I die?
List from Ravi Zacharias (an expert in Christian apologetics) who says there are Four Questions To Answer In Life.(=>http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Hfb5-7mtC-8)
Imagine you have lived alone, in solitude — without anyone — all of your life. You might wonder why you exist, but what would be the significance of right or wrong? If it felt good, why wouldn’t you do it? The only person you could sin against would be yourself. Meaning might concern you, but you could not make anyone else happy, except yourself, and that would be…
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