The future is all we have ahead of us. We must take care that our young people receive balanced and factual educations. Let me give you an example of the some of the text that I read in my American Government class textbook. It calls – in equal fashion – for equal opportunities and equal outcomes. The “Sage of Singapore” has stated that nowhere in history has there been a society of equal outcomes. Quite simply, we have everything from unequal talents to unequal work habits and a host of other factors that lead to “unequal outcomes.”
That does not mean to say that we shouldn’t have “safety nets.” But we must guard against that illusion that economic equality should and can be our goal. And why shouldn’t hard work be compensated?
We Americans must guard our future, not only for ourselves, but to help engender that ultimate destiny of Heaven on Earth. We can and we must.
We Americans each have a role in this journey through The Innovation Age toward The Spiritual Age or Heaven on Earth. Values will be the key, not only for Americans, but all world citizens. The importance of motivation! motivation! motivation! cannot be overemphasized. But we must be motivated toward worthy, lasting, and high goals. We can and we must.
Our goal must not be small. Why? Because it makes us small. We each have a critical part in this world stage of clarity and vision. It takes a certain trust in Almighty God and our own mind, body and “little piece of God” to rally toward love, love to within, receiving the love of others, love to and from God.
We are not alone.
The wonder and awe of God’s love is a force we must seek in ourselves and with others. The majesty of the universe disperses God’s presence in a way that is simply beyond our scope of imagination.
Albert Einstein proclaimed that “Imagination is more important than knowledge.” I agree.