Cyberspace is no accident
I do not believe that cyberspace is an accident of history or of physics. I believe that it is here for a purpose and so are we. Those of you out there surfing the net who have just a few minutes to spare, please linger here long enough to consider what may be a stake.
We all have our ultimate concerns regarding our lives. I would merely point out this communications revolution in which we are participating may be about to intersect with those concerns.
Is it being overly credulous to suppose that the world wide web may serve to stir our spirits in some new way that will have an historical significance transcending its material limitations?
Even by itself this new web is truly impressive, however, when it is considered in conjunction with certain other historical developments, it would appear that we are being challenged to raise our sights to a vision of cosmic proportions.
There is one slight obstacle standing between us and a new vision of our destiny. It is the technology of the web itself that is caught between the old and new visions of reality, and so are we also trapped, between these two conflicting paradigms of the material and spiritual. But there is a way out, if you will let me explain.