Everything I did, and I think everything Martin Luther King did, was because we allowed our lives to be in tune with what we felt to be a divine purpose. And it didn’t matter whether we lived or died. It didn’t matter how much money we made, or what we accomplished. If we were following the will of God, miracles would be wrought. And they don’t have to be in politics, you know, they could be in science, they could be in economics. Right now, I hope this doesn’t take 50 years, but we have to reposition America’s economy to be a global leader in a global economy. You can actually, I can transfer more money around the world with my cell phone than existed in the United States 50 years ago. So we’ve had an explosion of technology which has made us increasingly aware of the needs of the world. We really have more money than we know what to do with. There’s more money in hiding in tax havens right now than is in circulation in the U.S., Europe and China economies, all put together. So we’ve got to find a way to create a global economic order, that I think only the United States can lead, out of the same vision and dream that Martin Luther King expressed 50 years ago. I think 50 years from now we should have accomplished that, but there will still be something. We will probably be trying to figure out what’s under the sea, or we will know how to go further in space. But the future is limitless, and we’re only limited by our own fears and insecurities. And with faith in God, and faith in the freedoms and ideals that we have been taught by our ancestors, all things are possible. Only believe. Jesse Jackson used to say that if you can conceive it and believe it, you can achieve it. I like that.