Does life-wisdom offer the same message to the non-disillusioned, who are often on the younger side, as it does to the disillusioned, who are often over-50?
It's a live issue for me, since a gospel of hope to the shattered can sound depressing to people who are working on wresting something like success from life.
Interestingly, many religious pioneers, from Pachomius to Zwingli, from Clare to the "Little Flower", were young when they received a message of negation, but also a new and different theme of affirmation.
Is there a philosophical link between "Build Me Up, Buttercup" (The Foundations) and "The Levee's Gonna Break" (Dylan)?
That's the subject of this podcast.