Two really nice discussions on this topic:http://livingorthodoxtheology.blogspot.com/2012/09/orthodoxy-and-world-part-1.html
"If we are living Orthodoxy in the world, we are referring everything to Christ, even if the world around us is not always aware of this fact, that we are referring everything to Christ. We are understanding life as profoundly liturgical, we are understanding the human person as a liturgical being. We understand Orthodoxy not as an esoteric pseudo-mystical Eastern tradition, not as a private retreat into Eastern Christian spirituality, not as a liturgical rite or ethos, because Orthodoxy is so much bigger than all of that, it is the Divine Human Person of Jesus Christ, and His Divine Human Body. It is about the Holy Trinity, it is about humanity, it is about the world and it is indeed the world's highest calling."