This past Sunday (6/21/15…Father’s Day in America), the Gospel reading for Catholic Masses dealt with dealing with fear (Mark 4:35-41). Following the Gospel reading, the celebrant of the Mass mentioned during his homily that when it comes to “fear not” or “do not be afraid” mentions in the Bible, there are 365 of them. My wife, of course, mentioned that there was one for every day of the year. I replied that there’s one for every day of the year except leap years; and that one day that is missed would be the day that the United States chooses the one who will serve as its president. On that day, be afraid. Be very afraid.