Michael Scott applies his experience and intuition to the prevailing trends
to produce a highly feasible scenario for the 2050ís.The hero of this story is
on a spiritual quest. His name is Oswin. Like Parzival, he must
surpass his worldly prowess. God, in the traditional sense, is even more
problematic for Oswin than it was for Parzival. Unlike Parzival, who felt
that God had let him down, Oswin has never felt the presence of God in
his life, even as an unsatisfactory master.
On the other hand, nearer to the Parzival ideal, Oswin feels
that his own short life needs some spiritual influx. It is an
uncomfortable feeling. He has little idea how to find
spirituality, let alone absorb it. He is even doubtful about the
word itself, with its doctrinal overtones. For him, itís mainly
a matter of meaning in an apparently meaningless cosmos.
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