My focus when I left Egypt in the ’60s was Egypt-centered, but then I went to New York, and I went to do my graduate work in New York, and there, again, I recognized both through my academic studies, through my mentors at university, through living in this melting pot that the world is just bigger than one country, and you are really better off if you have a global picture. If you want to achieve change, you shouldn’t focus on one particular people, one particular country, one particular language, but try to look at the global picture and try to integrate humanity, and I think that — that really now is my passion, and I think by doing this, I am serving every single person in the world by trying to get all of us together.