Imagine you have a vehicle with the check engine light on. Your car is communicating to you through the dashboard that there is a problem somewhere in the vehicle, and you are clearly getting the message. What should you do? The best decision, of course, is to find out what is causing the check engine light to come on. You then take the car to your trained mechanic. You show the professional the light is on. Your trusted mechanic says, “Oh, I see. Well, I can take care of that”. The mechanic then reaches into their pocket, pulls out a black can of spray paint, shakes it really well and proceeds to spray black paint over the dashboard where you could see the check engine light. Your mechanic then asks, “Do you see the light now?” You say, “No I do not. Thank you very much!” and proceed to drive off the lot. Would you be happy with that care for your car? Even for something that can be replaced if it breaks down, unlike you?