As wonderful as science, art, and human discovery are, ultimately the soul’s questions can only be answered by God. Spiritual sight can only happen when we open our hearts and minds to the power and influence of the Holy Ghost. The things of God can only be known by the Spirit of God because the things of God, Paul tells us, are “spiritually discerned.” To me, it’s beautiful because God, our loving father, but also the all-powerful Supreme Ruler of the Universe is saying, “You can return, but you have to take this seriously. This is not casual, but come in. Come in.” And I believe that one day we will open our eyes, and look, and it will be God standing in front of us. Does our Father in Heaven cease to be interested in our welfare when we are sinful? Does He turn off His care and concern for us when we are bad and turn it on again when we are good? I do not think so. The Father’s love is as broad, deep, and lasting as eternity. It encompasses all. God doesn’t care nearly as much about where you’ve been, as he does about where are, and with his help where you are willing to go. I believe that every man, woman, and child has felt the call of heaven at some point in his or her life. Deep within us is a longing to somehow reach past the veil and embrace Heavenly Parents we once knew and cherished. God calls to you. God knows your every thought, your sorrows, and your greatest hopes. God knows the many times you have sought Him. The many times you have felt limitless joy. The many times you have wept in loneliness. Yet, no matter your history—God still calls to you. The Savior extends His hand to you. And, as He did to those fishermen who stood long ago on the banks of the Sea of Galilee, with infinite love He speaks to you: “Come, follow me.”