Some more unsettling truths...
1) Anger is the opposite of empathy. And that is what we truly lack as a society. Whenever someone prepends a word to "Justice" it seems to all of a sudden mean revenge. Anger literally leads to heart conditions, studies have shown it dramatically decreases heart pumping efficiency and the amount of blood that gets circulated to your heart. Empathy is the curator of fragile things in our heart like compassion and integrity.
2) Shame is the opposite of Sanctity. The concept and ability to value something as sacred is something we also lack as a society. It is the a delicate curator of the most fragile things in our hearts like hope and self worth. Honestly, I think this is at the heart of why so many comedians suffer from depression. There is a personal cost to the shame, belittlement, and mockery they practice, nothing sacred can withstand their irreverence.
3) The word "Science" is coming to replace "nature" as a concept which wraps around our natural brain's concept of the universe, which also used to simply be said as "God". Most of what I see as "I love Science" is really just loving the view of nature one has from science as a pedestal. I love science too for bringing that view to me, but science is a practice, a procedure, not a result. Loving science is like loving the act of cleaning your room, rather than the clean room itself. That the word "Science" is inhabiting those natural concepts our brain harbors to appreciate nature, the universe, and God, sets Science up as a priesthood to gain access to the universe around us rather than a dispassionate rigor to discover the universe around us. We love the universe that we are all a part of, and we appreciate anything that helps us feel that natural deep-seated soulful connection with it. But we shouldn't conflate the two.