Going from Army base to base as a kid taught me to be a man of all nations. I’d go to the Jewish people and say, ‘Shalom, brother.’ I go to the Muslim people and say, ‘Salaam aleikum.’I go to the Chinese people and say, ‘Nee hao mah,’ which means, ‘How you doin’?’ I go to the Japanese people and say, ‘Konnichiwa.’ I go to San Antonio, Texas, and I get along with Mexicans. Then I go to Louisiana and hang with the Creoles. Moving around a lot made me a man of all people.