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Perhaps Tiger Woods should read Ecclesiastes

There is indeed nothing new under the sun, as Solomon wrote in Ecclesiastes.

Tiger Woods is a world-class golfer, arguably the best to ever play the game. He makes millions of dollars a year from golf salary and endorsements. He has a beautiful, Swedish wife and two kids. Millions look up to him.

It’s hard to imagine that someone like that would cheat on his wife.

The exact details are none of my business, but I have to wonder if Woods is learning what Solomon learned around 3,000 years ago: a life where you have everything you could possibly want, apart from a relationship with God, will leave you absolutely miserable.

Solomon had knowledge, wisdom, wealth, fame, and all the women he could possibly want. What did he say about it? “All is vanity.”

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