I have written forty books but that doesn’t mean I’m a writer. When you have to write profession, I’m not going to write “writer.” After all, profession, “writer.” A profession is to be a human being, maybe, that’s a very noble profession. Or, teacher, the noblest of all professions. I write. As a child, really, of ten, eleven, or twelve I was writing already and I wanted to become a writer and I even wrote a book of commentaries on the Bible. It’s so bad. I found it after the war. It’s so horrible I’m embarrassed even to admit that I had written it. My ambition really was, even as a child, to be a writer, a commentator, and a teacher, but a teacher of Talmud. And here I am, I’m a writer for want of a better word, and I’m a teacher. I don’t teach the same things. I don’t write about the same things although I do write commentaries on the Bible and on the Prophets and the Talmud and Hasidic Masters, but still I am a writer and a teacher.