The exchange of one thing for another provides a beautiful comfort, resulting in happiness for both the buyer and the seller. In the most detached of settings, in the absence of any emotional bond, it creates a relationship between two strangers where one serves the interest of the other. Price rather than proximity plays the role of the arbiter. The acceptance of price rather than person becomes paramount. The individual is secondary and the transaction is primary. Should everything be up for ‘sale’? What about the matter involving the heart, where emotions precede economics, when even an iota of selfishness can contaminate the infinite goodness. What about matters of faith and religion? Should the spiritual be subdued to the rules of the material?