St. Nick, canonized in 343, and Santa Claus, conceptualized
around 1650, ponder the world. They believe that a child
thinks the world is wonderful - until something goes wrong.
Their immediate reaction is anger - quickly followed by
fear. Will it happen again? Adoption of a "ME FIRST"
attitude is almost automatic. Then, as the child strives and
racks up successes it is surrounded by envy. This leads to
strife, the antithesis of peace.
To overcome this situation, the pair design a self-perpetuating
organization which initially helps the helpless
but ultimately helps the helpless help themselves.