The agile community has grown enormously since the writing of the Manifesto for Agile Software Development in 2001. Agile processes and tools have spread across and beyond software development. I attended a very interesting talk with Gez Smith, an expert in agile thinking early in 2016, about how agile has become akin to religion amongst many in the community. This started me on a train of thought which culminated at Scrum Day London 2016 with a belief that something was fundamentally wrong with the direction the agile community was going down. It seemed that, although not forgotten, the desire for certifications and sales had overtaken the principles and values of the manifesto.