Yes, very true. It's easy to forget that we have formed a unique way of looking at things over the years. I guess I just wish people had some inkling about a "higher world" out there, and that their deeds count on every level. I know that this was what cut through the thick fog in my own heart and mind when I found this place. I remember how not only did the Wave speak to my heart, but to my rationality as well, and that these two together eventually did the trick after a period of constant doubt. Reading this book reminded me of that, and I wondered how the worldview offered there could do good to people like me back then. It's one thing to have a semi-materialist understanding that morality matters, or some half-felt religious belief that doesn't really stand up to scrutiny; it's another thing to be convinced of a spiritual life "beyond the veil" accessible to reason, of "God watching", and have this inform your every act (or rather aspire to this with all your heart).
Well, it wouldn't be a bad thing to try to re-compose some of the ideas in a better context with less loaded religious overtones? Like a hyperdimensional reality such as the Cs describe?