Years can easily pass where no serious consideration is given to the eternal questions of human existence

“…we humans seem to possess a deep-seated longing to find the truth, even though that longing is easily suppressed by the mundane details of daily life. Those distractions combine with a desire to avoid considering our own mortality, so that days, weeks, months, or even years can easily pass where no serious consideration is given to the eternal questions of human existence.”

The Language of God, P. 7

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