The ability of almost the entire population to know how t read and write is a fundametal feature of our time. And this feature did not always exist. In the older generations only a few people knew how to write and read.
It is also a conquest, not insignificant, which has great practical value in our daily lives, because it allows us not only to communicate through voice but also through the written word, which in many cases today is safer as a means of communication, since we have the ability at any time of our lives, to read – to listen in our perfectly personal inner world – things that no one else is involved with at that moment.
Thus, the written word becomes a voice that only the reader hears and no one else, and through the written word, messages can reach our consciousness, that can affect and transform our inner world first and then our practical life as a whole.
The reading of the Sacred Scriptures became a personal matter, the exchange of written messages became a daily routine, the man is called upon to make use of reading and writing to discover the world of faith, the new world with no borders either temporally or locally.