He posited that people have an innate need for meaning. Where religion provided meaningfulness, it also provided solace.
sandman wrote:I got no religion, but when my daughter died, a friend who had lost a dear dear soulmate gave me a copy of a little book called "A Grief Observed" by a writer called C.S. Lewis. He DOES have religion, but that little book has given me an unimaginable amount of solace and help. I discount nothing.
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