“Fellowship” is not just a religious concept, nor is it necessary for the irreligious to bristle at the term. Fellowship is visible everywhere. It’s all around you – you need only look. It’s in those instances of loyalty to a sports franchise, amongst people who have no other reason to speak – a unique fellowship, often one of both pain and joy. It can also be found in the desire to work side by side with complete strangers for the good of all, after some great disaster. And it’s abundantly present in the shared smile of two people who cannot otherwise communicate; as well as in the wish we all have to comfort a crying child.