Changing technology, unchanging Love

The Monitor editorial “How companies deal with fear of change” (CSMonitor.com, January 20) cites the results of an annual survey on trust in institutions. More than half of those worldwide who responded believed that “change and innovation are happening too quickly.” The editorial refers to “ever-more-complex gadgets, data, machines, and documents.”

Technology has helped humanity in wonderful ways. But as technological change accelerates, there’s an increasing desire for greater simplicity and for a quieting of fear relating to rapid change. Some companies are simplifying their products and services, and that’s more than just a good business decision—it demonstrates that companies care. This caring is in harmony with God, who is perfect, unchanging Love. 

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