There are journeys from which (for all practical purposes) it is not possible to arrive anywhere, except perhaps, after considerable stress, the place that you started from. Come with me. It is only the setting out that is difficult. Put your hand in mine and we will begin our journey together. It may be long, it may be hazardous, but the value of the journey is not related to its length, nor to the hazards overcome, nor to the places we may visit, though they be many. It lies rather in the fact of having set out in the hopeless hope of discovering something at the end of it all. At least we can try - the value is in the trying. Put your hand in mine. It is only the setting out that is difficult.