Our age of technological invention is amazing in its imagination, ingenuity and the comforts it provides. It could even be the impetus for a deep cultural renaissance and spiritual evolution. But as of now, it has become stuck, fixated at the machine level. Not yet have we freed the human soul to raise happy children, enjoy deeply fulfilling marriages, or create an approach to work that is humanizing. Not yet have we found solutions to violence. We need new and serious attention to values, well-being and needs of the soul, and we need it in education, politics, medicine, city planning — in every aspect of modern life.
Obviously, it won’t come soon, but we can start now, especially in our personal lives.
Thursday, March 23
Saint Mary's Medical Conference Center