Between the ancient “golden age” and the future “golden age” lies a world of alloys. A world of mixture, compromise, action, and hope.
It must have been hard, in Biblical times, to grow up in a priestly family. “Don’t touch that football!” your parents would say. “If you break your leg, you can’t work in the family business! And emotions? Figure out how to keep a lid on them. Because when you grow up, you won’t be allowed to express them.” How did priests cope?