I remember the pure — just the feeling of having things around in my studio that I liked, and I really didn’t want to sell them, back in 1960 and ’61. That was my environment that I made, and it didn’t take much money to live, but I never thought that I could ever have enough money to get married, to own a car. Maybe a car, but not a house or anything like that. I know there was a question that I thought you were going to ask me about. Did I think that I would as successful as I am, or whatever? And I certainly didn’t think so, because I didn’t know how to qualify success. I didn’t know. Success to me was just to be able to understand. Success was a very, very private matter, of having the wherewithal to very simply express an idea.