Don Webb - Seven Yogas for Postmoderns
We spend a great deal of our time in chaos and nonattainment. Our modernist forebears had at least the driving thought of a central paradigm. They knew what the Good was, what Virtue was -- and how by pursuing these things they could gain in material wealth and physical vitality. As the modern world decayed in the napalm showers of Vietnam and the demanifestation of public virtue during Watergate, the values were lost, the goals set astray, and the center gave way. This has produced the two great factors that rule the postmodernist world -- weakness and speed.