Purpose

The post-Christmas sales are in full flow… A lot of the activity in the modern celebration of this season comes from the lack of an ability to rest in how we are or where we are, right now,  in our lives.  When there is a sense of “not enough”, there is a tendency to seek more or other,  through things or comparisons.

There is nothing accidental about the fact that we in the West are starved for some real sense of meaning and crying out for something that, in spite of all our apparent sophistication and material success, we are no longer even able to name. This western civilization of ours was created for a purpose. Until we start to discover that purpose again, our lives will be meaningless. Unless we touch our roots and make contact again with the essence of our past, we can have no future

Peter Kingsley. 1953 – Author, early Greek Philosophy scholar.

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