“[It showed] that the divine brought human life to earth and we have to figure out the way not to be materialistic and be more down to earth, if that makes sense, in order to get to heaven.
“[The songs] were so touching, the orchestra in itself and then the two singers were phenomenal, to put it bluntly. The words to the songs, those were also phenomenal; they were very touching as well. … It brought the divine to a … point of view, so that we could actually understand what that meant. It meant that we need to figure out a way to, for each of us, to figure out a way to become more down to earth, to become more human, more brotherly, more sisterly, more as a family instead of out for ourselves.”