For most of us, our days seem never to be our own.
Family demands, work responsibilities, daily obligations and routines of every kind, greedily devour our every minute, constantly ransack our very strength.
Silence, contemplation, and true mental rest have become foreign abstractions. Isolation and alienation seem no longer to be clandestine intruders, but rather comfortable and familiar guests.
Throw in our addiction – our enslavement, really – to social media, vile political discourse, and horrid gossip, and it’s clear that we have constructed a very toxic environment for ourselves and for others