on reclaiming the knowledge of the heart
Meaning doesn't lie in things. Meaning lies in us. When we attach value to things that aren't love - the money, the car, the house, the prestige - we are loving things that can't love us back. We are searching for meaning in the meaningless. Money, of itself, means nothing. Material things, of themselves, mean nothing. It's not that they're bad. It's that they're nothing.
We cams here to co-create with God by extending love. Life spent with any other purpose in mind is meaningless, contrary to our nature, and utlimately painful. It's as though we've been lost in a dark, parallel universe where things are loved more than people. We overvalue what we perceive with our physical senses, and undervalue what we know to be true in our hearts. It's time to reclaim the knowledge of our hearts, that the world might be set free.