they express them—your Bill of Rights, or in a song of prayer—all people have, ultimately, the same hopes, the same needs, the same fears, and the same dreams. They are all citizens of the same world and, as such, they must learn to cooperate and to work out their problems together. They all want peace and they want to be respected as human beings. They all want a chance to develop what is unique and vital within themselves.
I sincerely believe that a day will soon come when the joy bells will ring again throughout the world, and when all nations will plan and will build in justice, in tradition, and in freedom, the house of many mansions where there will be room for all. When I have completed my training here in the United