“In Western civilization the interior life of the individual, with all its richness, finds itself relegated to a minor role in existence.tank-tiananmen-square

Man is so caught up in the toils of mechanical life that he has neither time to stop nor the power of attention needed to turn his mental vision upon himself.

Man thus passes his days absorbed by external circumstances.

The great machine that drags him along turns without stopping, and forbids him to stop under penalty of being crushed. ” – Boris Mouravieff.

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