Ε.Ζ.: I liked it, as I said and so on, the years when we came, I came over here, I immediately went outside on the street. I remember I lived close to Saint Lawrence, in Saint Lawrence, I went outside, I see someone, “Are you Greek, compatriot?”. “Yes, I’m Greek”. “Which place are you from?”. As if I knew this man for a thousand years and from this point, we slowly created all the disturbances, all the jobs, all the spectacles, but many times you were saying “What dance is there going to be today?”, “The Messenians”, we were running, “We’ll go to the Messenians”, “What dance are the Arcadians going to do?”. We were going to one house, we were going to another, I mean we didn’t experience exile. I’m saying this and when I go to Greece, I don’t tell them that, that we the Greeks overseas, I don’t know about the other places, but in Montreal we didn’t experience exile, we didn’t feel it I mean, our language, our religion, our connection, everything and the rest and with the foreign people because the foreign people loved us.