Well, it's kind of like I said. It gave me the enormous blessing of engaging angels in my communities that I served as a journalist and of knowing that people are good and that when the chips are down, people forget differences of religion, politics and sexuality and all of that, and they just see a father who's hurting. It meant so much to me to see that so many people wanted to be engaged in a good cause in the name of the little boy who will not get to grow up, get the scholarship letter, run the ball, get married, etc.
When we went to Kenya and we opened the school—that later I saw on the Stillman foundation they actually had opened 13 days before—it gave me a place to say.... In fact, I said at the opening of the school, “In giving you this school, I am giving you my son.” I don't know what more I need to say about that.