— "Do you have a secure room in your house?"
— "No, i don't think so."
— "It's the room with the window that can be shut with a metal door."
— "No, i don't have it."
— "Because I heard that it is very dangerous to use it as a living or sleeping room."
— "OK, mama, i don't have such a room, so i probably won't use it like that."
— "Do you know why? I saw a documentary about it on the television. It is because these rooms are built with a kind of concrete that emits toxic gases and it suffocates you if you are there for more than a few hours. It is fine to sit there and do some homework for a couple of hours, but not any more ..."
— "But why are you telling all that? I don't have such a room, so it is completely irrelevant."
— "... and it is especially dangerous in Jerusalem, because the soil in Jerusalem emits other gases which mix with the ones from the concrete and are even more dangerous."
— "So what?"
— "What so what? It is very dangerous and I am telling you that, because you live in Jerusalem. There was also a high school there and they had to rebuild it ..."
— "But mama, i finished high school nine years ago and i don't have a secure room in my house."
— "OK. What else can you tell me? Do you still do music?"
— "How do you do music?"
— "I go to a rehearsal room with my friends and play."
— "And what kind of songs?"
— "All kinds."
— "Oh, OK. And do you sing?"
— "No, not really, i can't sing at all."
— "Why do you say that? You sing very well, better than anyone in the world. You must sing."
— "If you say so, mama."
— "That's right, you sing better than anyone-anyone-anyone in the world."