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Someone asked me what I would say about God to a dying man in his last year of life: what kind of advice would I give if I could only say it in less than one minute.
I think I would leave him with two thoughts:
1. Your beliefs about the life, God and the world are pretty much a conglomeration of who have become thus far and not an accurate reflection of what actually is.
2. God cannot and will not trifle with your affections, but He has given you free will so He cannot force you to attend to Him.