It was when I was in prison and everyone was cut off from me, my family, my friends, food, even couldn’t get a glass of water without having to beg somebody for it who came twice a day with my food, and no ice. I mean, the ordinary things, in the heat of the summer where you can open the fridge and take — nothing. I had nothing. They cut everything — took everything away. Material, physical, everything. And suddenly I realized they can take everyone away. I couldn’t read newspapers. They wouldn’t give me newspapers or Time magazine. So suddenly I realized that they can’t take God away from me. So to pass the time I started passing it in prayer. So from that moment I realized that God is always with one, so what gave me the faith and sustenance was my belief that God places a burden on people to bear and He places only that burden which they can bear.