|I think that you’re going to have to be considerate about who are the people that you’re interacting with. It is going to be automatic wisdom: once you become familiar with somebody, they’re no longer a foreigner. You know, they’re sort of a member of our ancestors. You had people come in occasionally from other villages, most typically, a guy would marry a woman from another village. At first, she’d probably get excluded, but then eventually she became a familiar face, she became part of the group. And I think that, if you’re an outsider and you want to be accepted, don’t necessarily push too quickly, just become familiar, say hi from a distance. Let people get to be familiar with your face, and who you are and recognize you as a part of the neighborhood and then eventually you will be a part of the neighborhood.