A traditional religion of the past thus becomes, if not unfit totally, at least ineffectual, in controlling, guiding and directing the energies and enthusiasm of a later generation. At all such moments a reinterpretation of the timeless, immortal values becomes absolutely necessary.
Coins in circulation will have to be now and then withdrawn by the mint and replaced by fresh ones of the same denomination and royal stamp.
Cultural ideas in circulation is RELIGION, and from time to time a religion needs must change. They must put on fresh robes and reappear on the stage of life to serve mankind.
But the values they preach are always the same, be they through text-books written in Hebrew, Arabic, Sanskrit or Bali. These new arrivals were not destructive revolutions, but they were only constructive revivals.