To sanctify something is to set it apart or to declare it holy, as God did his chosen people. It comes from the Latin word "sanctus," meaning holy, and the suffix "--ify", meaning "to cause an increase in the stated quality". As in "simplify" or "beautify" or "zombify".
You don't have to stick to existing words. Example:
"And Larry Page and Sergey Brin said, 'Let there be Google'; and the world was googlified. And we saw where the growth of convenience met the waning of privacy and mystery, and we said that it was good."
Was it good, though? A hundred and a hundred more apocalyptic and post-apocalyptic stories clamor to warn us of the danger in the moment our reliance goes too far:
"And the highest among them were left to eke a life from the smoking ruins of their machines, which had turned on them."
And so on.
With our faces toward googlification and the impending technoapocalypse, sanctity is difficult to maintain. We can explain the universe now more than we ever could. Religion is pulling a slow fade on the educated world. We know the sun will come up even when we don't do anything about it. So why do anything about it?
Because having a sense of your place in the universe is important. That's why. In the end it doesn't matter that you're five minutes late to your appointment, you crazy traffic weaver in the beamer; what matters is whether the sun rises tomorrow or not. But you've forgotten that, and everything else, because you're five minutes late to your appointment. And you wonder why you're miserable.
Stop wondering. Start sanctifying. Morning coffee with the sunrise; conversations with your lover; long walks; books; stars. Make them holy again. I promise you'll feel better. (less)