"As a religious act, to make something of the new day. To celebrate the arrival of a new dawn is a very fine thing to do. You know, we just barge through it we get up bleary eyed, hung over, make a dash for the kettle and the coffee, and the taster. And then run out the door, worried we're late for work. Imagine starting the day quietly, evenly, considerately, it's a very very different approach."