sta informacion la encuentra en espaol en la ltima pgina The Empty Net A very disheartened person asked me one day, "Could you tell me the meaning of life? I replied, "I can't tell you what the meaning of life is. You have to discover that for yourself. I can tell you, however, what the meaning of life is not. Life is not a series of disconnected events. Life is not to be spent centered on ourselves, forgetting we are part of a whole. Life is not about just living for the moment, forgetting about yesterday's events or tomorrow's consequences. Life is not a continuous investigation of the meaning of life based purely on human understanding. Life is not to be spent in an attempt to lessen the sorrows of daily living. -"So then, where are the answers to the 'questions in life?'" he asked with increased perplexity on his face. -The answer has already been given to us from the foundation of the world. Jesus Christ, the Savior of humankind guides us to all the answers because He IS the answer. He is the One who invites us to cast our empty nets into the ocean and venture out in our small boats, deep into the depths of His Love and Grace. Put out into deep water, and let down the nets for a catch. Luke 5:4 NIV Simone Stone has a Masters degree in Media Communications and has worked as a university professor in her native country Colombia. She is a member of the Committee for the "Emergent Generation Project" with Crown Financial Concepts and serves as a volunteer counselor and teacher of parenting classes for a Pro-Life Organization. Simone Stone lives in Atlanta, Georgia with her husband and their children.