All of my advice is straight to all kids, “Should I be an architect?” I say “No.” Always say no, because if you can help it, don’t. Go into something that’ll make money, if that’s what most Americans seem to want, me included. Just don’t bother with architecture. You remember when a kid came up to Mozart and said, “Should I write a symphony now, Mr. Mozart? Do you know what I do?” Mozart said, “No.” And the kid said, “Why do you say no? You wrote a symphony when you were my age,” and he said, “Yeah, but I didn’t ask anybody.” In other words, if you’re going to be an architect, you’d better have a feeling inside that you can’t help it. A “calling” it used to be called in the days when religion was a little more popular.