December 10, 2007
Obscure Quotes, Famous People
If I had a collection of obscure quotes by famous people listed somewhere, I’d certainly list this one: “I hope the bourgeoisie will remember my carbuncles all the rest of their lives.” – Karl Marx, 1867 Continue reading
Solomon, in the book of Ecclesiastes, said, “I have seen all the things that are done under the sun; all of them are meaningless, a chasing after the wind.”
If you’re not living for the glory of God, then what you’re doing is meaningless, no matter what it is. Living for God gives life meaning, and enjoying a “chasing after the wind” is a gift from God. I’m doing what I can to enjoy this gift daily.
Got questions? I’m not surprised. If you have any questions about Chasing the Wind, you can email me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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