Smartphones, smart apps, smart spirituality
We live in a world that not only craves but demands the next big gadget breakthrough promising to be a game changer. Even major international news services such as CNN are quick to stream “keynotes” from Tim Cook, the new CEO of Apple, that promise to change our lives. We know the names of the CEOs of computer companies as if they were baseball, football, or music stars. It seems all that Tim Cook (and the late Steve Jobs), Eric Schmidt, Mark Zuckerberg, and Steve Ballmer are missing are trading cards with their quarterly earning stats on them—but then I bet there is already an app that can do that for us.
We can’t fight it. This world is …