Renewal is a child of archaic. The clock on the wall becomes archaic so we renew it by purchasing or refurbishing. The Sun, which is the source of time, will always be archaic. We are made aware of the archaic nature of Earth, so we make plans for preserving and renewing the world. The elements of the universe are archaic. Cars, planes, boats, and trains become archaic, so we make plans for their renewal. The physics of time and motion to produce travel are archaic. Species go beyond archaic into extinction unless there is a renewal of birth. The process of reproduction is archaic. The desire to make things last forever is inborn within us. The very old and old-fashioned notion of eternity is necessary, even in the modern world, to continue in the process of life.
Within spiritual qualities are the essentials of the eternal sprit. Perseverance, self-control, and patience are archaic, but necessary for the birth and renewal of everything in life. Just wait for it. The old will pass away before the new comes, but the very old and old fashioned spirit of life propels us into the new. Love, kindness, and goodwill are archaic but so is the desire for global harmony. Keep praying for the welfare of humanity. Optimism is as old and old-fashioned as the first spark of fire, therefore continue in the archaic spirit of faith, goodness, and joy. We know about the ferocious dinosaurs of the Jurassic age, but the archaic qualities of a meek and gentle sprit of peace has dominated Earth.
Modernization can never replace the archaic principals of God’s creation. If it does, then it will truly be the destruction of the world. And God’s creation includes the fruit of the sprit. Christ came to offer us eternal life, and even said, “The thief cometh not, but for to steal, and to kill, and to destroy: I am come that they might have life, and that they might have it more abundantly.” Christ in us has no desire to steal from the archaic nature of the universe, but instead to bring renewal through the eternal spirit. (John 10:10 from the Bible is the source of the above quote)