Solomon certainly would be a Chicago Cubs fan. Like Cubs fans he knew much anguish and frustration. It seems odd that someone who was wise eugh to ask God for more wisdom would have such a tough time of things. Yet there he is, making all kinds of mistakes and paying heavy prices for them, but with every new turn he strives to find the purpose of life. Similar to a Cubs fan on opening day, Solomon has the attitude that this is the year. King Solomon had it all. He dressed better, ate heartier, and partied harder than anyone. Yet, he was never satisfied. Apart from Jesus he was arguably the wisest man who ever lived, but at times he certainly didn't apply his wisdom. After all, with seven hundred wives and three hundred concubines he wouldn't exactly be a poster child for 'Focus on the Family.' Solomon searched every corner of the world to find the answers to life's most pressing questions, but like Cubs fans, Solomon had many disappointments. However, also like Cubs fans, Solomon knew never to give up, and in the end he found the wisdom he sought. Get your pencils and scorecards ready and join Leon in the bleachers to watch as Solomon rounds the bases on his way back home.