This book was conceived out of numerous experiences with diverse groups of people I have met over the years. Most of my experiences stemmed from my extroverted personality, starting from my relatively big family of ten—Dad and Mom and eight children, four boy and four girls. And subsequent into my school with the belief that all humans are by nature good, I could speak with anyone, foreign students from all countries in Africa, Asia, South America, and Europe, and of course, regardless of whether they are black or white or their genders or sexual orientations. As a result of my extraverted personality and the ability to engage in discussion with anybody, along with my friendly and inquiry-driven mind, those cumulatively provided me with the window through which I enhanced my interest and that fostered meaningful understanding of people from various cultures. Through collaborative engagement with people, I made great friends who trusted me and confided in me, and in return, I trusted and confided in them. We did a lot together; it was the best of times.