The tribes are gathering, my brothers and sisters, and you are a part of that gathering. Indeed, to be reading these words, you are a leader in this movement – this silent, structure-less, soulful, organic movement.
This movement – what is it?
It is the movement home; home to who you really are, for that, my friend, is your sole purpose in being here – to find out who you really are.
For the last 2,000 years or so, we have been on the outward path and we have grown to value the things we can feel, taste, smell, hear and see. Science has reigned supreme, for science can deal very well with the tangible and the observable. Our bowing and scraping has been to that outward discipline, the discipline that ignores the greater part of life that is not detected by our five senses. With our focus on the physical world, we have limited ourselves to the confines of that physical structure.
Even religion, which was originally about Inner Truth, has turned to the outer things – great wealth, power and the denial of all that is out of integrity.
However, the more that things are explained, the more that the unexplainable appears. They say that our knowledge has
Doubled between 4 BC and 1900 AD,
Doubled again from 1900 to 1950, and
Then from 1950 to 1960 and so on.