Divine Disconnect

Giving more importance than is due to the material world leads to an obsession with what can be perceived through the senses: what cannot be seen, heard, smelt, tasted or touched becomes unreal. Materialism begets technology which begets a greater materialism. We pour our hearts out into heartless screens. Our words circle the globe a million times before coming back to us, devoid of the certainties with which we send them.

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