Way back in English Lit class at Reynolds High School in my hometown of Victoria, I remember Mrs. Kent waxing rhapsodically about Milton‘s Paradise Lost, and asking us if we believed in paradise regained.
I, with my thoughts on the basketball game that night against arch-rivals, Oak Bay, thought she was a bit loopy. But something must have got through for I’ve found myself not infrequently since reflecting on that very question.
I have never felt completely comfortable in society as it’s been elaborated, and yearned not only for something better, but for how I might play a part in improving it. And it is this, of course, that’s led me to Brazil and the profound work of Dr. Norberto Keppe.
Because, I’m happy to report, there is in this science of psycho-socio pathology, both a sublime analysis of how we painted ourselves into such a tight corner, and a therapy to help us get out. If we apply Keppe’s findings, we have a chance.
Paradise Now and the Universal Society, today on Thinking with Somebody Else’s Head.