I believe that I already came from my childhood with the kind of feeling somehow that the fact that I’m slightly different doesn’t mean that I’m worse. Or somehow — it doesn’t create — should not kind of deter me from trying to do things. It’s just a matter of fact. I cannot throw the ball through the basket so I cannot become a basketball player. But it somehow did not deter me. Somehow I came out of childhood with kind of a self-confident — or not self-confidence in things that I cannot do, but kind of calibrated assessment of what I can do, and with a basic sense of direction of what I can do, a sense of judgment.