Dan Wilt quote from WorshipTraining.com:

We're no longer the No Pain, No Gain generation. We are the postmoderns, the No Pain, No Pain generation. We're the tylenol generation. We want to anesthetize our pain. We want to be numb, because life is difficult. But the opposite of the word anesthesia--which numbs--is aesthesia (we call it aesthetics)--the focus and learning about beauty. Beauty sensitizes us, it awakens us, not only to great joy, but also to tremendous pain. That's why art, creativity, music, and expressions of worship open us up and enliven us, sensitize us, to world's and other worlds' realities moving all about us and in us.

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