Western culture offers a beautiful mosaic of different dimensionalities but only when we take responsibility for our own situation and learn to embody our own heritage can we benefit from such possibilities.
Otherwise, the choices thrown up before us dissolve into a jumbled hodge-podge, a hastily assembled stew lacking in both flavor and nourishment.
The modern commitment to freedom of expression and freedom of religion has great value, but when everyone has his or her own opinion, ideas can never cohere and clarity about how to live can never emerge.
The state of our world reflects the consequences.
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