The sad story ended today, as I learned on NPR news, in which the head couple and the supporting couple sailing the globe distributing Bibles were killed by Somali captors. The leader was an associate producer in Hollywood who wanted to invest in his eternal future, it would seem. What more could a person do than to try to set up a great eternity for him/herself? I can desperately relate to that desire. Yet, I have come to see that a person can get carried away in make believing. Considering the scant possibility that any two of the planet's 7 billion humans believe exactly the same thing, the quest to form ones belief a certain way seems mistaken. I wish them peace somehow, now. http://www.kxlh.com/news/somali-pirates-kill-4-americans-on-hijacked-yacht/ --link to site of CBS story. The moral of the tragic story could be to try not to indoctrinate oneself. Be open to constantly forming one's beliefs as they keep getting adjusted throughout our lives of learning as objectively as we can. Would that no one had to die.