Sensitivity is inclusive, not exclusive. If you are sensitive, you are sensitive to everything. You cannot say I am only sensitive to this person but not to others. That is not only counterproductive, it’s self-defeating and not only because of religion or because of social problems or of medical problems, you must be sensitive. There is nothing more exciting for a person than to be a sensitive person because then you listen and you go out and you hear the birds chirping and it’s great. You see a person in the street, you do not know his face and you think who knows what secret that person carriers which means you learn and you learn and you learn and you become enriched to a point that afterwards it overflows.