So five are walking up a staircase all the way to the to floor with one already standing on the top floor. Should there be dramatic tension? There is chaos erupting outside the building. There is chaos erupting inside the building. There is chaos erupting on the staircase. Twenty-eight still remain on the bottom of the staircase. Who are the twenty-eight? Should there be a huge war tearing apart the city? Should there be a huge war tearing apart the building? Should there be a huge war tearing apart the staircase? Or rather, just a calm, peaceful and ordinary trip to a Vogue Magazine photo shoot? Not everything should be filled with tension. Don't always view something that's calm, peaceful and ordinary as a disaster. Something that's calm, peaceful and ordinary has always been the complete diametric opposite of a disaster. Sometimes, walking up the staircase can be as simple as merely walking up the staircase. And when the task of walking up the staircase is calm, peaceful and ordinary, then you'll know for certain that once again you got the pleasure of enjoying a day without tension or anxiety. And isn't that sort of existence better and much more preferred than anything else?