I found that I am dealing with people from over 160-70 nations at that time. I’ve been exposed to every culture, to every language, to every cuisine, and I felt very much at home. I had a lot of fun, and I realized how much we have in common. That was a key, how much we have in common, how much our values are shared values, how much our differences are really superficial at many levels. We talked about borders, nationality, ethnicity, but you look at — fundamentally, our core values are absolutely shared. We have the same hopes, same aspirations, would like to get the best for our children, would like to live a good life, and that is really what I got from living in New York. That’s what I got from working at the UN. That’s what I got through going to NYU Law School and getting that intellectual discipline, how to channel this vision into a more effective way.