In a career that spanned everything from the tawdry, low-paying paperback market to a landmark triology that attempts to explain a religious extacy, Philip K. Dick explored one question:  what does it mean to be human?  According to this piece in the American Thinker, our capacity for simple decency is all we need.  It’s what keeps us going, and collect moments that can easily become “lost in time. . .like tears in rain.”

(h/t:  Instapundit)

UPDATE:  The scene that inspired this post’s title, from Blade Runner, based on PKD’s Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep?