I'm addressing this to everyone, here, at Asking Jude -- especially the peer counselors, as they are studying human psychology.... Early in the a.m. of this first day of the work week, I got out of bed and started up my computer. I also turned on my transistor radio to an overnight talk show. A man called into the show and, speaking in an authoritarian manner, forced the show host to talk about the election; i.e., whether the host accepted the ruling of the Supreme Court. This was oe of those moments in my life when an authority figure makes a statement that establishes reality in many people's minds -- including my mind. I stood in my apartment, my home, and said to myself "It's official, the crazy people won." And, spontaneously, I thought of music. A song started up in my mind, a song that I've listened to on a CD that I have, a compilation CD of songs from the late 1960s. I'm naming the song: "One Tin Soldier." How do I explain this? Am I coping with the terrible reality that I'm living in?