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Nobel laureate on culture’s dependence on family & faith

It might have been Pascal who said that one of the most pitiable things about us humans is that we spend so much time seeking for things that we know cannot satisfy. He also wrote of endless trivial divertissement (“diversion”) as the curse of his day, inimical to a reflective life – and that was a few centuries before Twitter. Even around 1940, before we even had TV or computers let alone Facebook on our phones, CS Lewis was diagnosing the great ailment of his day as being the lack of solitude, which leads to a lack of meditation and therefore of true friendship.

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