Connecting to the Continuum

One reason our childhoods are so vivid in our memory is because we understand youth better with age.

With the perspective of time and experience, we see clearly what we could not process fully or accurately as we lived it.

It’s the present age that confounds us. We’re so consumed with today’s cares that the perspectives of yesterday are inaccessible to us.

So too it is on a wider scale.

American culture is so absorbed with its own crisis of meaning that it does not reference the existential struggles that our forbearers have already endured.

And so, the generational continuum is broken.

As a result, we are fractured people in a fractured world. One of the great universal longings is for unity — not only with people across the world but with people of all generations.

How close is that longing to being fulfilled?
It is as close as the nearest great novel.
New Q literature reveals the world we cannot see by

  • Breaking us from our self-absorbed lives of isolation and alienation
  • Empowering us to explore the universe of ideas and ideals
  • Connecting us with the generations of the past and the future through the celebration of beauty and truth
  • Uniting us with the common problem that is our origin and the common solution that is our destiny