Three ultimate existential questions


Terms in this set (...)

Why was I born?
My Roman Catholic catechism taught me that I was born to know, love, and serve God. I still think this is true as a Unitarian Universalist. Why do you think you were born, and why at this time in human history?
What is the purpose of my life?
The purpose of my life is to become happy using the talents and abilities God has given me to achieve satisfaction and fulfillment all of which is to make the world a better place to hasten the Atonement. What is the purpose of your life?
What happens to me when I die?
My life that I have been granted by creation hopefully will have come to fulfillment and completion. The energy which has animated my body and mind will return to wherever it came from before I was born. What do you believe will happen to you?
What does Unitarian Universalism teach about these three greatest and highest of questions?
UU teaches that Love is the ground of our being and our natural inheritance. We are here on earth to love, serve, and encourage each other in our spiritual growth. It teaches that the search for truth and meaning should be conducted in a free and responsible way.