We must, with Adam, "try to make it a better day" for those for whom we have responsibility. As we do try, we must understand why it has been so difficult to make better days. Iwe are right in the stance we have illustrated throughout this book, we must above all accept that to make a better day for Adan, the first and perhaps only step is to turn away from him and to trust him to work with us while we examine what all others, including ourselves, are doing around him. We hope we have shown how this must be so. (p. 217)