A whimsical expounding upon the necessity of living life and embracing all the silliness and joy that life itself has to offer. Written from the perspective of a stranger in a strange world, these musings illuminate some of the more remote aspects of living, such as art, beauty, goodness, and charity. Sometimes the biggest truths in life become so neglected that we forget they are even there. More
In these whimsical musings, the spirit of joy and purpose is recklessly exposed in view the small, as well as too-large-to-see aspects of life. The results are an exhortation to follow in the footsteps of reason and common sense in discovering that perhaps we simply will never know all there is to know about life, and what is more, we should perhaps not even want to. It is asserted that there certainly is a larger purpose to human existence, and that anything to the contrary is simply inadequate and boring. This somewhat unusual collection of ponderings highlights the good, the strange, and the joyous that permeates human life. There are curmudgeons, atheists, and materialists out there, but hey, let's not let them ruin our fun.