Evo, Thank-you for the invitation. I come from a p[lace called Connecticut. It is an indigenous name for a place in North America. It is comfortable in numerous ways. We have do many luxuries. MOST of us don't want for food and shelter. Capitalism built an industrial complex that has born many fruits. It has fed many people within and outside of our boarders. Like any other system it has its faults. Here in what was a peaceful indigenous land, we now make attack submarines, we were the birthplace of gun manufacturers of guns, we make attack helicopters, we make engines for jet fighters and we make turbines for tanks. Great monetary wealth has been accumulated from these undertakings. Are we happy? I am not so sure. I can't say that I am thoroughly contented as I sit here in my warm home on this winter day. Sometimes, I feel lonely and sad. I don't think that I speak only for myself. Many people see things only in black and white in what is a very colorful world. I want to express my feelings on your second point. Things like Capitalism and Socialism should not be mutually exclusive. In fact, there should be no "ism" at all. We need to search our souls for the important things in life, many of which you have addressed here. Things are not black and white. We have a great palette of pigments that are only illuminated by light. When we mix these pigments together we make beautiful colors. Happiness is not directly related to monitory wealth. There are some wealthy people who do great things. There are also many who are driven by greed and the accumulation material things. There are people who will use others to pad their coffers. I don't despise these people but I am troubled by the culture they were raised in. I respect you and your calendar. I really know nothing about it. What I take from this opportunity is a chance to work toward a better world. We sent men to the moon and many of them came back with an overwhelming feeling of connectedness. It is impractical to send all of us 250,000 miles into space to understand that we are one. Like anything else, we as individuals have to take one small step for mankind at a time. Collectively, we can walk together. Together we can dance. One World.