I think today, really and truly, Liberia can be defined as that nation with very resilient people. A generation that saw war. There’s not a single household that did not suffer an impact of the war. But it’s a group of people who are willing to pick up the broken pieces and move ahead with their lives. And now you have a new generation of young people who have no clue of what we went through. Our duty now is to tell them that this is the path that we were on and we cannot study war anymore. We have to find a more stable means of dealing with our issues. So it’s a place that is trying to find itself because we lost ourselves for a moment.