Do not love the world


From the Introduction of Daniel Boorstin’s book, The Image. The book was published in 1962. These words are stunningly prophetic. But they are consistent with the warnings of Scripture.

“In this book I describe the world of our making, how we have used our wealth, our literacy, our technology, and our progress, to create the thicket of unreality which stands  between us and the facts of life. I recount historical forces which have given us this unprecedented opportunity to deceive ourselves and to befog our experience.

Of course, America has provided the landscape and has given us the resources and the  opportunity for this feat of national self-hypnosis. But each of us individually provides the market and demand for the illusions which flood our experience. We want and we believe these illusions because we suffer from extravagant expectations. We expect too much of the world.”

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