I watched a movie titled, “The Human Experience,” about 2 brothers who dared themselves to experience life through the eyes of others.
They lived as homeless in NYC for a week. They traveled with surfers who volunteered at an orphanage in Peru when not surfing the waves. And, the brothers, visited AIDS victims and lepers in Africa.
As life expereinces are contrasted, the question, Who am I? diminishes and we ask, Does my life matter? How can I contribute? The answers to these questions foment relationships. And, the relationship with Father-Mother God runs long and wide carrying with it a genuine satisfaction as we unite with the spirituality of others.
We find ourself, by giving of ourself.