Babbie and I are on a road trip through the Northwest. So far, we have driven more than 2,500 miles. In addition to the beauty we have seen all around us, it is hard not to be impressed by the visible success of the worship of materialism.
Like so many people, I am enamored with the 13th century Sufi mystic, Jelaluddin Rumi. Despite the fact that he lived in another age, Rumi is today’s most popular and celebrated poet. One of my favorite Rumi poems is called No Room For Form.
Written somewhere around 750 years ago, it perfectly describes the materialistic dilemma of our modern world.
It is an amazing truth that we possess all the answers to our personal dilemmas. This truth is connected to another: that our personal stories, because we created them, are our perfect teachers.
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