In the old days, it was just God and you.
There were rules, you make a mistake and you either die or get urself kicked out of the promised land with some curses thrown in.
Then came the lovey dovey stuff where you'll be forgiven, provided that you ask for it.
Then came the age of looking at the bright side, yes; you did something wrong, but at least you're good at other things, so let's celebrate what we've achieved.
Now I see the age of denial upon us.
The rules are unseen but felt...
The actions are unclear but expected...
The decisions are required but not obligatory...
And only one commandment sums it all:-
"Thou shall not bring tidings of ill for thou shall only bring gladness and resolution"
... and so here we are today, wearing invisible robes with peons singing songs of praise. Oh how wonderful it is to be the CEO today, for my consultant brings forth my wonderful new robe!