Notes on the New Age--Pro and Con

I may not agree with Shirley MacLaine's theories on the linear vs. the multidimensional, but I must concur on the presence of "human patterns." Some of us are born to be deliberate and efficient. Others are decidedly creative and imaginative. Leonardo da Vinci had both attributes. If we are to have a New Age, that genius, above all, should be its archetypal figure: the Rennaisance man.

JOSEPH P. KRENGEL

Santa Monica

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