By: Shraga Elam
8 December 2013
Original Hebrew: http://cafe.themarker.com/post/3027252/
The need for myths and idols to worship did not end with the formal establishment of monotheistic religions throughout much of the world. The inclination to seek to understand the world through myth is undoubtedly linked to limitations of our perception and as such it came into being through intellectual laziness, lack of courage and self-confidence, etc.