All day long I convince people that I know better than they do what’s best for them. I guess it’s your job too. Maybe a hundred times a day I take someone to the edge of a roof and I say: ”Don’t worry, you can jump. There’s water down there, trust me”. Now I have to think this’ll work. I have to be certain or it falls apart. I have to know. But I don’t always know. And there isn’t always water down there. Sometimes there’s just pavement, which means I’ve lied to them. I lie a lot, Father.