About 95 percent of all the scientists and technologists who ever lived are working today.  And about 95 percent of history’s greatest wisdom teachers have been dead for over 1,500 years. 

So we undertake science without conscience. And keeping up with tech-knowledge leaves little time to gain self-knowledge. 

And the manuals to guide our use of these capabilities with any sense of  moral responsibility were written on tablets and scrolls thousands of years ago by authors who never imagined a time like ours.

How did we get here, and more importantly, where do we go from here?  How do we reclaim a human handle on systems that increasingly demand we adapt to them?  How do we learn to Occupy Technology?

Reconnecting.calm represents 40 years of reading, research and reflection by one raised in a faith tradition and educated in the humanities, who has had a ringside seat at ground zero of the digital revolution in Silicon Valley since the introduction of the microprocessor. 

The e-book suggests a way to re-think and so reintegrate science, technology and faith (in living lives of composure and compassion), not to engineer more ‘cool stuff’ or ‘smart weapons,’ but rather to engage in building a more just and civil society.  It is available now from Amazon, Barnes & Noble, Apple’s iBookstore and Google Play for $3.99.

For more information on this non-fiction book,

please visit www.reconnectingcalm.com.


An e-book by tom mahon