Attempting to control other people’s behavior usually backfires. I love the example of Professor Umbridge in Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix. When Professor Umbridge (the consummate control freak) forbids students to read a magazine interview with Harry, his wise friend Hermione just smiles: “Don’t you see? Umbridge just guaranteed that every student in the school will read it!” In my observation, this literary example reflects how people really behave. My mother, a life-long Roman Catholic, had no interest in the bestselling DaVinci Code until the Vatican told Catholics not to read it. My mother who was in bed and on hospice responded, “Get me a copy of that book.” About two thousand years ago, the Roman philosopher Cicero identified Six Mistakes of Man. “Attempting to compel others to believe and live as we do” is one of them.