I love how this sci-fi story has more humanity than alien technology in it!
Chen said, "Dr. Seldon, you disturb the peace of the Emperor's realm. None of the quadrillions living now among all the stars of the Galaxy will be living a century from now. Why, then, should we concern ourselves with events of three centuries distance?"
"I shall not be alive half a decade hence," said Seldon, and yet it is of overpowering concern to me. Call it idealism. Call it an identification of myself with that mystical generalization to which we refer by the term, 'humanity.'"
Having finished all I had on vacation, I started again on the trail of Sergio. I think he's a bit disappointed after all these years, I still love them.