The senior excursion to the very popular Barrett Jackson Auction revealed a horde of older persons, particularly men, whose search for meaning continues even yet. There are all kinds of searches that attract us. One just passed by while typing this. It was a Porsche. Others find their satisfaction in meaning and activity in all kinds of pursuits. That’s okay, and as it should be. Meaning is something as crucial to our being as breathing, walking, thinking, finding something to do.
It may also be found in spiritual pursuits. A pastor friend has written a book called “Living the Questions.” It is a desirable and intellectually honest means for exploring spiritual dimensions of living without getting tangled up in literalism. It is a challenge to one’s ability to stretch. We need more of that spiritually,