on making love the bottom line
The probability vectors for the next twenty years are disburbing. Humanity is like the Titanic headed for the iceberg, whether the iceberg is weather catastrophe brought about by global warming, nuclear disaster brought about by our reckless use of nuclear energy, or shortage of food or water supply. If looked at only through a rational lens, it could be argued that in all probability, one way or the other, our goose is cooked.
But we have more than a rational lens through which to look, for a spiritual perspective broadens not only the quality of our perpective but also the quantity of our choices.
That is the invitation of this moment in history: to step out of hte confines of the limited, mechanistic, fear-based thinking that dominates our civilization. The human race has reached a crossroad: continue to think and act as we have been thinking and acting, thus reaping the consequences of a loveless, reckless way of being; or break through to the highest calling for life on earth: to make love our new bottom line, thus creating the miracles that will save us from our own self-desctructive ways.