I am not a big fan of Fr. Seraphim Rose but I agree with what he is saying here. The quote below is part of a much larger talk found at the site I liked to above. I would suggest you read the entire talk. I thought it was very fitting for today and I have to keep in mind that Fr. Seraphim lived in the 60’s and 70’s but his words still ring true today.
“With such an attitude—a view of both the good things and the bad things in the world—it is possible for us to have and to fire an Orthodox world-view, that is, an Orthodox view on the whole of life, not just on narrow church subjects. There exists a false opinion, which unfortunately is all too widespread today, that it is enough to have an Orthodoxy that is limited to the church building and formal “Orthodox” activities, such as praying at certain times or making the sign of the Cross; in everything else, so this opinion goes, one can be like anyone else, participating in the life and culture of our times without any problem, as long as we don’t commit sin.