Always, in the back of your mind, plan a special place where you’d like to be. Whether it’s mental or physical, for some time in the future, a kind of surroundings you’d like, the kind of life you think you can imagine. The ideal kind of place you would like to live. An ideal kind of work, something like that. So that, for instance, it seems that one’s life is always dictated by things. It could be fate, it could be your boss, it could be any kind of thing. And to overcome that by feeling or saying that I know that when I am a little bit older I know where it’s going to take me, but I am going to be in a different place than I am now. I don’t know if I will like it, but I will wake up there. It’s hard to explain. I mean, not hard to explain, it’s a rather self-conscious idea about changing yourself from the outside in, or the inside out. And at least knowing you will be in a different environment, or a better place, something like that. It’s naïve to think that young suicidal people could just jump on a plane and go somewhere that’s nice, and their problems would be solved. But there is a lot of say about environment and peers, peers and environment, which seem to be a dead end. And if one can imagine a place that they might like, they can build it or make it. I think they can fabricate it.