Wittgenstein, a 20th century philosopher, once said, "The solution of the problem of life is seen in the banishing of the problem. Is not this the reason why those who have found after a long period of doubt that the sense of life became clear have then been unable to say what constituted that sense?" Indeed, there seems to be an invisible presence in our lives which sustains and supports each of us. And when we come to discover the meaning and purpose and reason for our being in this life, it is as if some invisible something deep within us has guided us to our individual solution. Even though we spend much time struggling and straining to find life's answer, it is when we finally come to a point of surrender, of letting go, that we feel ourselves inwardly supported, sustained and nourished.