Thanks for the kind words Emily. That's the theme of my new book coming out in the spring--Governments may not get along, but people do. While touring fifty seven developing countries alone, the only chanting mobs I encountered were everyday people rushing forward to greet me, and often, to invite me home. If you ever want to restore your faith in humanity, take a trip around the world--alone. You'll be astonished at the abundant hospitality and overall kindness of strangers. Despite the current economic and political events going awry, I'm convinced that humankind is on the verge of a giant step forward. We'll know for sure by who we Americans choose for our next leader. It appears that as a nation, we are finally waking up and ready to proceed to do the right thing. The unprecedented level of social awakening and generosity of the extremely wealthy confirms the notion that we as humans around the globe really do care about each other and are finally willing to act in concert. Think about it--if not for a few movie stars, few Americans would be aware of the genocide in Darfur. Now is the time to pick your cause and step up to the plate.