Thirst for the fountain of insights, not some junk food half-truth delights

Luke 4:24-30. No prophet is accepted in his own native place

When have facts become a matter of opinion?

When has truth become a matter of preference?

Perhaps it is when we as a society placed more premium on sense-experiences, equating pain and suffering with punishment, and pleasure with rewards. The truth is not always pleasant.

We should not dull our natural inclination to search for insights and meaning. Conspiracy theories and narratives are fascinating and spectacular, but isn’t the authentic search for insights more fulfilling?

Thirst for the fountain of insights, not some junk food half-truth delights.

[DAILY GOSPEL INSIGHTS AND REFLECTION FOR MANAGEMENT AND ORGANIZATION 80: MARCH 21, 2022]

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