WE DENY OUR SPIRITUAL DESTINY, OUR SACRED PURPOSE, WHEN WE DENY OUR PART IN THE CLIMATE CRISIS, WHEN WE DENY OUR CONNECTION TO EACH OTHER AND TO OUR SPIRITUAL PURPOSE. WE DENY OUR FUNDAMENTAL BEING, AND OUR FUNDAMENTAL AND HOLY PURPOSE, WHICH IS OUR SPIRITUAL, MYSTICAL AND INDEED SACRED PILGRIMAGE TOWARDS ONENESS WITH THE ALL, WHICH IS WHAT WE CALL GOD.
The one argument that no one offers as the reason why they do not believe in climate change, or do not believe that all ethnic groups should be treated equally, or fair economic distribution and civil liberties should be made fairer, is that if these aims were actually made a reality in our personal, social and national lives, then many of us would be financially less well-off, would not be able to enjoy many of the so-called advantages of our modern world – such as gas-guzzling cars and multiple air flights – and many of us would have to accept the uncomfortable idea that our own ethnic group has no right of superiority over any other ethnic groups. No, we do not hear those sorts of arguments. Instead, we hear arguments that claim to be based on a range of principles; convenient principles it ought to be said.