Orthodoxy

There has probably been something in this chapter to tweak nearly everyone. When things fall apart, we look for a redoubt, some familiar institution that we can rely on as a repository of goodness and truth. In this age, there is none: not science, not education, not medicine, not academia. Even our spirituality, as we have seen, is rife with the thought forms of Separation.

Eisenstein, The More Beautiful World our Hearts Know is Possible

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2 Responses to Orthodoxy

  1. John C. says:

    Great quote. Couldn’t agree more.

    • Scott Mauer says:

      Thanks! That one really resonated with me, too. The rest of the chapter, and indeed the book, is every bit as good. Eisenstein is one of my favorite authors.

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