As we sail onto the bold seas of our lives, seductive Sirens call out to us, tempting us to head for rocky shores where we will surely crash and flounder. These Sirens are Worry and Resentment. We attend to them at our peril. Like Ulysses, the Greek hero, we must bind ourselves to the mast so that we cannot veer in that direction. We must keep sailing toward the open sea of current possibility, trusting that there is unlimited good available for us.