Please answer following questions. Seperate questions and answers and use the following books for reference:
Kushner, H. (2002). When all you’ve ever wanted isn’t enough: The search for a life that matters. New York, NY: Simon & Schuster.
Schwehn, M. R., & Bass, D. C. (Eds.). (2006). Leading lives that matter: What we should do and who we should be. Grand Rapids, MI: Eerdmans.
A Bible: Seek a modern translation from the original languages as opposed to a translation of a translation.
**NOTE** Be sure to include course readings in your responses. While there is no word minimum (unless stated), please make sure to thoroughly explain your argument.
1) Do you think Schweitzer is correct when he writes, “The lot of most people is to have a job, to earn a living, and to assume for themselves a place in society through some kind of nonfulfilling labor”? Why, or why not?
2) How do you deal with your own good fortune amidst all the sorrow and suffering that exists in the world?
3) Discuss your own educational experience. Where was it meant to make you fit in and where was it meant to make you stand out? Be specific.
4) Who is your soul-mate? How does he or she challenge you, take you places, open things up for you?