Too many Bibles and Qurans in our cars, but too little religion in our ethics. Too many weddings, but too little successful marriages. Too many kids, but a lot less parents. Too many schools, but very little education. Too many dates, but a lot less love. Too many books, but very little knowledge. Too many humans, but too little humanity. Too many money, but too little happiness. Too many lives, but no Life. Too many good people, but they end up leaving us too early. Way too many good people, but one big ugly unfair world.
It’s like having a beautiful good garden, but without fruits-or having a garden with grotesque, unwanted trees.
Too many forms, words and labels but too little function; it makes the ‘too much’ of everything seems all pointless.