A contorted branch determined to arch its back away from its tree grabs a misshapen silhouette seemingly imperfect from the other considerate branches so willing to merge as one symmetrical formation. From the eyes of the newcomer the imperfection is seemingly antagonizing, if not...
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What is the meaning of life? No question is more basic or profound. People have pondered this concept and searched for meaning, usually on their own.
Enter the Meaning of Life Project. Created by Marc Erlbaum and his company, Nationlight Productions, the project is designed to...