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Impersonal America

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June 2011
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IMPERSONAL AMERICA

Here is how Max Lucado rates us as a society:

"Call us a fast society, an efficient society, but don’t call us a personal society. Our society is set up for isolation. We wear ear buds when we exercise. We communicate via e-mail and text messages. We enter and exit our house with gates and garage door openers. Our mantra: 'I leave you alone. You leave me alone.'"

(Source: "Out Live Your Life, page 54. From a sermon by Michael McCartney, Experience the Spirit in Service, 4/14/2011)

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