What is worth praying about, or the conditions that lead us, sometimes against our will and 'better
nature' to pray, or what keeps us awake at night, or what we will ponder on our death bed, these are
the substance of existential logic. Furthermore, knowledge of the individual human existence before
God, or before the Absolute, or before nothing depends most on deeds, not words, and on
authoritative sources for the question of 'how to live?' The logic of the existentialist therefore has to do
with the consequences and responsibilities, the necessities and contingencies, that follow.