by Will Samson
How much is enough? In an age of conspicuous consumption—of designer sunglasses, jeweled cell phones, and five-thousand-square-foot homes—is it possible to be content? In a society where children spend more time worrying about their weight than their grades, is it possible to find peace? In a world being drained of its natural resources, is it conceivable that we do nothing? And with a universe of dazzling temptation at our fingertips, will we still seek the God of all creation?