Because there's more to life than one's self, status or material things.
(for those dealing with real-life issues and who enjoy participating in stimulating discussions on issues and ideas, crave the thrill of geographic, mental and spiritual exploration and discovery and value local and global community, belonging and old and new friendships)
Are popularity, accomplishment, recognition, respect, wealth, power, fame, even religion not cutting it? Have you tried all the world’s got to offer and in doing so come up empty and unsatisfied? Feel like there's nowhere to turn? How to make your life explode with relevance.
Was Jesus just a man who married Mary Magdalene? Has the church been hiding information from us for years about Jesus? Don't decide too quickly. Examine the evidence first.
Think conclusive cases can't be made for the Bible and Jesus' claim to be the God/Man Messiah? You'd be surprised. The overwhelming mountain of factual, historical evidence is too compelling, too convincing to be ignored.
More and more sensitive, private, personal data and money are being stolen or conned / defrauded out of people and businesses for personal or business gain through or from their desktop and laptop computers, cell phones, PDAs and other handheld devices and wireless keyboards and networks, and Google, search software and WHOIS aren't helping either.
Follow the steps in this section, as well as the others on this page, to secure and protect your private data.
I strongly recommend switching to safer software than Internet Explorer, Outlook or Outlook Express, and Microsoft Word. But if you want to keep using them even though they make your private data vulnerable, I recommend securely erasing data you don't need, and then securing these programs, to make your private data less vulnerable.
For Webmasters who Own a Domain Name: Pay to have a proxy service keep your contact information private. Otherwise it will be publicly accessible through the WHOIS service.
If you registered a dot US domain name with your home phone number and address, I recommend cancelling it, switching to a non-dot-US domain name, and paying to have a domain proxy service keep your contact information private.
The Safari browser ''protects your personal information on shared or public Macs when surfing the Web. Go ahead and check your bank account and .Mac email at the library or shop for birthday presents on the family Mac.
Using Safari's new Private Browsing feature, no information about where you visit on the Web, personal information you enter or pages you visit are saved or cached. It's as if you were never there.'' - Apple Computer, Inc.