"In my religion all believers would stop work at sundown and have a drink together... This would be taken in remembrance of the first sunset when man must have thought the oncoming night would prove eternal... Hence the institution of my 'Sundowner' with which all believers, whether acquainted or not, would render holy that moment of nostalgia and evening apprehension. In my religion there would be no exclusive doctrine; all would be love, poetry and doubt. Life would be sacred, because it is all we have, and death, our common denominator, the fountain of consideration."