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Explain Chapter One of ''Ecclesiastes''.


Chapter 1 of this book from what Christians call the Old Testament is pretty much a statement of the philosophy found in much of the book as a whole.

Chapter 1 devotes itself to the idea that the lives of people and all the things they do are meaningless.

The author of the book talks about how many things in nature seem meaningless.  He talks about how streams flow into the ocean but never fill it up, for example.

By giving these analogies, he seeks to show that human life, too, is really meaningless.  In the rest of the book, he will argue that this shows that we should take pleasure in the little things of the life that God has given us because there is no larger meaning to the things that happen here on Earth.

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