I was on a train and it was dark.  I was standing up holding on to a strap.  There were people all around me but I couldn't see them.  Occasionally, a light would flash by.  We were going fast, but to where, I could not say.  I recall being afraid.  A light flashed by again and I could see a sign on a wall outside the train.  It said, "Life is good."
This website is designed to solve the world's problems.  There are 23 of them.  Actually, there may just be five, I don't know, I'm making this up as I go along.  But, one thing I am quite certain of: there will never be a resolution to the world's ails, unless, and until, the first problem is solved. 
The first problem is with the British.  They must change, and begin driving on the right side of the road.  What is wrong with them?  You will be amazed at the difference in the world this will make once the British start driving on the correct side of the road.  A certain order, a "new world order" will ensue.  Slowly at first, but inevitably, once the British change their driving habits we can move on to other problems.  Do you know an Englishman or an Englishwoman?  Please, implore them to begin the process of solving the world's problems by making this one small change.  There will be a domino effect with the end result being the world's problems will eventually go away.  Fucking British.
Then I heard a voice behind me.  I could tell it was directed at me.  "You've heard the expression, 'It's not the destination, it's the journey that matters?'"  "Yes," I replied, "I've lived my life with that philosophy, or have tried to."  It was still dark and there was the occasional flicker of light as we sped along.  "There is no destination," the voice said.