What is the most important thing your mother ever did for you?
Asked at Massachusetts Street on May 14, 2006
“Sending me to an Islamic school, because I’m from Japan and I never would have been exposed to it otherwise.”
“She made sure I knew the golden rule; do unto others as you would have others do unto you.”
“Gave birth to me. That’s the most important thing.”
“I always remember her general kindness. She always greeted people with a big smile. She said that if you project that, it will come back to you all day long. So I made it a general practice.”