The following is a post by a pastor’s wife.
It would be easy, notes Farah, to blame the suicide epidemic on the economy. But, that’s not how he sees it. People may be struggling financially, but they’re not ending their lives because they lack food and shelter or toys and gadgets.
“I believe the trend reflects a deep and growing spiritual emptiness in a culture that is more depraved than ever before,” writes Farah. “Too many people just don’t find any meaning in life.”
We should all, as Farah advices, “think about it.” He continues:
We are told from the youngest age in state-run schools that human beings are merely the result of billions of years of evolution from lower life forms and random mutations. There is no God who loves us and to whom we are…
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