If you love someone, set them free. If they come back, it was meant to be. Heard that one before? We're not supposed to get "attached" to another person. We're supposed to remain free and independent, yet at the same time we all want commitment, intimacy, and real love. Is that even possible? Many people today are estranged from someone special or from someone who was ordained for their life. How many people know someone whose child or mate left the home, their family, their roots? Some have even left this life. When they left was it because they were following the call of purity and God's will? Or were they following a lying promise or destructive inclination, never to find their way back home? What if God treated us the same way? He created us for eternal relationship with him in perfect happiness. He longs to have fellowship with us and has "set us free". So if we do not find our way back - if we choose to spend eternity apart from him - is that what's meant to be? Come along for a conversation about these questions and many more. We will peel back the cover and get a glimpse of free will - his will - and other fascinating and important spiritual matters, the things that truly matter. How can we find God's original intent for our lives? How can we return to innocence?