Al Jardine: Now, The Beach Boys recorded a song years ago, about a little surfer girl that kind of encapsulated the sound of The Beach Boys in their beautiful harmonies. And I’d like to do that for you now as well.There is a little Latin American tune that we did. It has a nice rhythm to it. It reminds us of this area here in the world, where the ecology is so beautiful and unspoiled. And we would like to do that for you now, I think. It’s called “Kokomo,” and it’s in a fictitious island in our dreams that we want to go to when we want to get away from it all.For my vegetarian friends out there, we’d like to dedicate this to you. My friend Paul McCartney a long time ago, came to our recording studio. And he is a vegetarian, you know. And he helped me, he produced this song for The Beach Boys, I should say. And so I’d like to do it for you because it’s kind of cute. I’ll bet this will be the first song ever written about a vegetable! All right for all of you vegans out there.Supreme Master Ching Hai (vegan): They told me that our Association members just come in between the great programs. You know, like the Korean dance, or the Chinese harp, etc. We are the between people, just like here, we are the between in Cancún. We are no one and we are someone. We’re nobody, and yet we’re doing something. They pass on the flyers on the street in front of the (Cancún) Messe. All of them – whoever comes – they are doing all kinds of job.One Chinese, one Taiwanese (Formosan). They’re all Chinese. I love them so much. They are so devoted. I’m really humbled by their sincerity and devotion. If everyone works like that, we’d have world peace in yesterday.Mariana Tosca (vegan): The beautiful melodies that you just heard were written off of Supreme Master Ching Hai’s poems. The first one was “I Will Forever Love You,” which was originally in English, and the second was originally in Aulacese (Vietnamese). And that was really quite beautiful, so thank You again for Your contribution.