It is the job of immigration officers to let visitors enter a country. They know what to look for and what questions to ask. If the wrong kind of people enter, it takes a lot of time and energy to remove them. Our senses tell us which food or drink should enter our bodies: if the milk is spoiled, or the food stale. The immigration officer within knows what we should not hear, see, or think. It is our temptations that let unwanted things enter our systems. Once they enter, then it is hard to remove them from our minds. In both cases, the officers are only interested in protecting the country and ourselves. We must let them do their job. It takes more effort in trying to undo things. — Satish Daryanani