Sigfried Gideon wrote that in the western world, mechanization takes command. Jacques Ellul found technology so intrusive into western culture that “technique” rules behavior and slays choice. That is so, yet, sitting on the back porch early in the morning, the sun takes command. Wind orders glide of bird and sway of grass. If one sat and turned the face to the rising sun and fair breezes, choice would arise again, offering moments that should not be refused for mechanics and technique have most of the day.