I once met a man who was going to visit here from another country. The organization he was with is worldwide, so it is consistently a lot of fun and undoubtedly interesting to meet people from other parts of the world. This particular man was from Cuba, which as you actually are aware, is quite poor. The first night he came to the United States, he stayed in a hostel that has rooms with a twin bed, a dresser, and an overhead light. He stayed awake all night staring at the light and praising for the miracle of electricity. This is undoubtedly unlike all the people in our country. We don’t give a thought about electricity or Heating and A/C systems. We use lights and air conditioners all day, whenever we want to. We use cooling systems in the summertime and heating systems in the winter. We achieve great indoor air conditions through the use of air filters and it is common for us to disinfect ductwork. We are entirely blessed to be able to keep from the cold by utilizing radiators and radiant floors in the frosty months, and many lives have been saved from heat stroke with the correct use of cooling systems in the summer. It occasionally takes stories like the one of the man from Cuba to make us remember to be grateful for what all of us have. In his country and many others around the world, millions of people do not have access to electricity, drinkable water, or cool air. I am so fortunate to have the conveniences such as furnaces and cooling systems and lights that stay on all night if I choose.