If we sit to work or pray, the back curves in all the wrong places. Take inventory: straighten the spine; tuck the hips forward. Assumption: Lactic acid builds and pools in stillness. Solution: Always move. Bend. Do not sleep. Soldier says, Remember Maslow’s Hierarchy. I say I do not have the strength to rest or to cook—let me learn to throw a punch. Assumption: Evil exists. Solution: A rabbi says evil is just the absence of good. Scoop through the spine with intention. Exhale all the language for problems never meant to be solved: bridge the hips. Pulse toward the ceiling or G-d.