What word clues should we consider about the folly of time we waste in life regardless of our roles in life?  

I read and interesting and inspirational post today titled, A Man Crying, written by a devout Christian woman’s opinions and references in the Bible about men crying.

The Subject of This Post

The subject of this post is to express my opinion how to simply differentiate and identify worthwhile or meaningless times, or pursuits in life to help us during the times we will be shedding tears of joy or sorrow in life, in my opinion.

King Solomon Verses on Men or Women

Which yet my soul seeks, but I find not: one man among a thousand have I found; but a woman among all those have I not found.

This only have I found: God created mankind upright, but they have gone in search of many schemes.” (Ecclesiastes 7:28-29)


His belief was that when Adam slept, Yahweh also took a portion of Adam’s stony heart along with his rib to make Eve. He then perfected her heart by inserting mercy and benignity. That that is how the conjunction of male and female, although distinct and separate of masculine and feminine, became the perfect union of Yahweh’s creation.”

King Solomon on the Futility of Life

The more the words, the less the meaning, and how does that profit anyone? For who knows what is good for a person in life, during the few and meaningless days they pass through like a shadow? Who can tell them what will happen under the sun after they are gone? (Ecclesiastes 6:12)

What’s My Point?

The same subjects about the differences between roles of men and women, and the futility in life existed 3000 years ago as evidenced by the above King Solomon verses.

Why King Solomon could not find an upright woman is an ongoing topic of discussing ranging from Adam and Eve creation to the purpose of Solomon’s search being made based on his personal observations of the contracts he made to acquire the 700 wives and 300 concubines recorded in the Bible.

In My Opinion

The Word Clues to differentiate wise instead of foolish wasted times, either men or women spend in life are, “my soul seeks.”

If we use our short times in life  to bring joy to the souls and spirits of ourselves or anyone, it will not be meaningless or futile.

Notice I said soul instead of body. While we all must labor under the sun to provide for the body, the Bible explains the more meaningful pursuits of life.

Jesus answered, “It is written: ‘Man shall not live on bread alone, but on every word that comes from the mouth of God.'” (Matthew 4:4)

If Interested

Read the post and related articles in the Source Links Below

You Decide

Should the questions we ask ourselves during times of joy and sorrowregardless of our roles in life be as a man or women?

Why me Lord?
What have I ever done
To deserve even one
Of the pleasure I’ve known”

Source Links

Should Men Cry>


Psych – Why is it so hard for men to cry


Cry of a Father.


Why Me Lord Song Verses


Body, Soul, Spirit