Samuel Dadit wanted to figure out the meaning of his life. He was thinking for many hours about it. But he could not find an answer. So he finally decided to find someone who could help him with his problem. But who could help him?
He turned to the internet for an answer. But a web search gave no useful result. So he decided to look for his answer elsewhere. He left his house and headed to the city center.
For quite a while he just wandered around in the city. He did not really know what exactly he was searching for. But then he noticed an unremarkable small shop which for some strange reason exerted a strong attraction on him.
He had a closer look at the rusty shop sign. The name of the shop was barely readable. A big owl was painted in the middle of the sign.
But there was something else on the sign. Something that remarkably was still well readable. "We answer your questions."
Now he knew he was in the right place.
He entered the small shop. It was dark inside. His eyes needed a moment to accomodate. Then he started looking for the shopkeeper.
The shopkeeper was sitting behind the counter in the middle of the room. Samuel hesitated a bit to ask his question. But then he remembered the text on the sign of the shop. This was certainly the place where his questions would get an answer. So he plucked up the courage to address the shopkeeper: "Good morning, sir."
"How can I help you?"
Samuel noticed that he was not properly prepared. So he decided to just ask directly: "I want to know the meaning of my life."
The shopkeeper showed not the slightest sign of surprise. "The meaning of your life is encoded in the story of your life. Every word counts."
That was all the shopkeeper said. Samuel was puzzled. But then he decided that it might help him to write his story down. Looking at the text indeed helped him to finally find the meaning of his life. Can you, too, decode his life?