We were invited to Warner, New Hampshire for the 30th Anniversary of Magdalen College this weekend. This small college is thread through with a tremendous Catholic ethos. The keynote speaker was a Superior from a Benedictine Monestary in Rome, Italy. And during his talk, he said people in leadership positions will be called to give an accounting to God of those they were entrusted to lead. After the talk, I told my wife Liz that that puts a whole new light on this: “presidency thing.” I mean just for one, I’m not sure the people in Northern California want to be necessarily led — by anyone. We also met Joshua Miller, his wife and three children at Magdalen. Miller said they are part of Samaritan Ministries, which is a Christian Health Insurance Group that has started up across the nation. He said because of the relatively large size of the group now, their family pays a comparitively low premium every month. And he said when someone in the network experiences medical problems, not only are they compensated financially, but a whole prayer network in the group kicks in as well. The Millers said they do their part to stay healthy too, with, for instance, a diet of only small amounts of sugar, wheat and dairy products. Average Joe truism: If we ate better, exercised more and were less stressed — we wouldn’t get sick as much. Well, it’s true.