True fellowship must be based on concerns that are universal. It is not the private interests of individuals that create lasting fellowship, but rather the goals of humanity (see yesterday). When personal or egotistical interests coming from the leadership dominate, the fellowship will be broken and factions will form that are in conflict with each other. Though difficult, the constituents must inform the leadership of the error of their ways. This will not be taken kindly, but with enough decorum and grace the message will get through and have an impact.