"The only people I know who do not have problems are the people buried at the nearest cemetery. Sometimes, I am not so sure about them. When I walk by late at night, I hear the mutterings and murmurings. Whole, healthy people have problems. It is not the absence of problems that makes us whole and healthy. it is the presence of strengths for living that help us have the capacity to solve some of our problems and have the ability to live beyond the rest of them."--Ken Callahan "A New Beginning for Pastors and Congregations."