Technological developments are an everyday phenomenon and we all adapt to the environment created by these developments. Electricity, electronic devices and all the machines we use are designed to make our lives easier, in order to deal with more complex life problems.
And there is no doubt that the most difficult problems are in the area of our personal life and our conscience, our inner world and the fears of tomorrow, of the future, of life after death. Uncertainty kills, fear paralyzes us, and in these issues technology cannot give an answer.
The answer to these questions lies in our individual hands, lies within our minds and consciousness, lies within the beliefs and values we cultivate every day, lies within the fruit of our personal labor for the values that we judge to be the most important for life today, tomorrow and the unknown future.