“A Greater Task” (Teilhard de Chardin)

Why should we exhaust ourselves in an effort to succeed and acquire knowledge? Would not a relaxation of effort still give us enough to do for the moment and enable us to be happy?

The mystic, however, can see the profound and hallowed reason for insatiable activity, for the unswerving impulse towards the elusive Something that shines ahead of him.  Throughout time, a task greater than individual lives is being achieved. An interest higher than individual successes is at stake.


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