I have a copy of a letter written in the 1930’s from a young man to Einstein, complaining about what he regarded as very poor treatment of the noble man by the establishment of the day. Einstein’s brief response to the boy was “Be in good cheer my son, dogs have been barking at the moon for eons. The moon is still there”. Einstein also said, “The human being is a part of the whole universe, a part limited in time and space in which we regard ourselves as somehow separated from the rest, a kind of optical illusion of our consciousness. That delusion is a sort of prison limiting us to our feelings, our emotions, and to the friendship of just a few people close to us. Our task must be to free ourselves from that prison by widening our circle of compassion to embrace all living creatures and the whole nature and its beauty. No one can accomplish the task fully but the effort is itself an act of liberation and a foundation for security”. Ever hear anything more perfect?