Yesterday, I reread a quote of Joseph Campbell's from the book, The Art of Pilgrimage by Phil Cousineau. Campbell had just made a speech in Chicago about the nature of the goddess and the role of the artist in society. Afterwards, a woman came up to him to tell him that she was going to Greece to 'find the spirit of the goddess'. She showed Campbell her detailed itinerary, which included precise calculations of the best times to visit every major cultural attraction. "Do you think this is sufficient?", she asked Campbell. He took her free hand in his and with great kindness said, "Dear lady, I sincerely hope that all does not go as planned." When Cousineau later asked him about this response, Campbell replied, "How will the gods ever find her when she has done everything in her power to make sure they never will? Unless you leave room for serendipity, how can the divine enter in?"