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The famed Austrian psychologist Carl Jung once wrote about a life without God:

“Those psychiatrists who are not superficial have come to the conclusion that the vast neurotic misery of the world could be TERMED a neurosis of emptiness.

Men cut themselves off from the root of their being, from God and then life turns empty, inane, meaningless, without purpose.

So when God goes, goal (purpose) goes.

When goal goes, meaning goes.

When meaning goes, value goes, and life turns dead on our hands.”

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