If it’s true that we’re all from the center of a star, every atom in each of us from the center of a star, then we’re all from the same thing, and even a coke machine or a cigarette butt on the street in Buffalo are made out of atoms that came from a star. They’ve all been recycled thousands of times as have you and I. So, if that is true, and I am everywhere in the universe, in an extended sense, and therefore, it’s only me out there, so what is there to be afraid of? What is there that needs solace-seeking? Nothing. There’s nothing to be afraid of, because it’s all us. The trouble is, we’ve been separated from being that universe by being born, we’ve been given a name and an identity and being individuated and separated from the oneness, and that’s what religion exploits; that people have this yearning to be part of the overall one again, so they exploit that, they call it god, they say he has rules and I think it’s cruel. I think you can do it absent religion.