Another kind of crisis is a loss of confidence in your moral ideals; this form of enantiodromia is something that one finds often among young people in college. Young person is living with a roommate who comes from another order of society altogether, either the port person who’s living with the wealthy or the wealthy . . . → Read More: 3rd Type of Crisis: Loss of Confidence in Moral Ideals
In our present world, the cosmological and the sociological functions have been taken away from us. Our image of the cosmos is totally different from the image expressed by the religious traditions in which we have been brought up.
Likewise, the social order today is totally different from what it was in the days when . . . → Read More: Today There is No Cosmological or Sociological Function