In today's world, nothing - or very little - is sacred.
We are so rich we throw our treasure, our pieces of eight, away. Cold Canyon, the landfill, so named because it was a canyon, has been a mountain for years.
We even trash other people's gods.
In tomorrow's world, everything will be sacred.
Will we understand and respect that — before so much of our abundance is trashed that whatever is left becomes precious?
A shift in perspective is necessary.
We can pay attention to what we have rather than what we don't have.
And, as Tolle tells us, all we have is the moment -
so all that's necessary is to attend to the moment.
Thus are the lilies of the field clothed in raiment fit to the gods.