Carl Jung said that none of the really important problems can be solved-- they can only be outgrown. All it takes is growing up some more again. All our life long. Growing up is the solution to all of our problems today. Any day. Every day. Why don't we just grow up? Save ourselves a lot of trouble. The heart of growing up is No expectations. No agendas. No plans. No opinions. It is also the essence of Zen and Taoism. Jesus recommended it, but it did not catch on. And scaring people about going to hell became the primary attraction for evangelism and making members of the new Christian Church-- and the mainstay of the Christian denomination through the ages. Christians do not want people growing up and saying they are going to do what they feel needs to be done even if they go to hell. Which brings up my favorite question: What would you go to hell for? It's a measure of how grown up we are how we answer the question.