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Michael Meade tells an old wisdom tale from India, the kind that would be used to offer guidance to young people heading out into the world trying to find themselves, but also used as a reminder to people of all ages what it is we’re truly looking for in this world. At a key point in the story, the door to the inner treasury of knowledge opens when an ancient sage asks the question, “What do you love most in this world?” Amidst all the troubles in the world, in the midst of the manipulation of mass data and falsification of facts, it is important to remember that what the heart loves is the cure.
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