We do not lack knowledge.  We have the knowledge of both Good and Evil.  We have explored the farthest reaches of the knowledge of evil.  Can any more gruesome or horrifying act be invented than those gruesome and horrifying acts we already commit?  Can war become any more depraved than it already is?  Can neglect of the suffering world become any more prevalent?  Can complacency … Continue reading Beauty

Page One: The Lilies of the Field

“Consider the lilies of the field!  They neither toil nor spin, yet I tell you, even Solomon in all his glory was not clothed like one of these.”  This is a political, social, economic and moral statement. (See passage here) ‘Consider’—more like ‘Behold!’—means pay attention to what is already around you.  Open your eyes!  Eureka!  I’ve found it!  We live with our eyes half open.  … Continue reading Page One: The Lilies of the Field