…that’s where the answers have gone.” Those words were written and sung by Jay Farrar with his band Son Volt. At times in life, answers seem completely elusive, like true love, common courtesy and “the integrity of the game.” When it comes to matters of the heart, the search is further clouded by love or hate, fear, protective detachment, or a flesh and blood sense of responsibility. Accepting the fact there are sometimes no right answers, the decision making process is often comprised of asking and answering many questions. Am I enabling? Will he/she die if I don’t act? How will any decision affect others? If a serious negative affect(s) is possible or even probable, is it worth the risk? What else is being put at risk? What is my responsibility? How will any decision affect me? Is this just part of a “slow, sad end?”