Tom Friedman, in his column, talks about the difference that exists between extremists and the rest of the populations, between the creators and the destroyers and it is that extremists love death more than life. He talks about the fact that Israel was doing everything that it could to be an attractive place for Warren Buffett while Nasrallah, the Hezbollah leader was preparing for war and to cause chaos. Friedman likes to say that there will be peace in the Middle East when people will start to love life more than they love death. He is right. The truth is that people who can't dreams or hope start to idolize death and what supposedly comes with it. I wonder if Nasrallah would be the head of the Hezbollah if he believe that he could still be a hero to many Arabs by being an entrepreneur and inspire them to have bigger and more hopeful dreams. It may be an illusion to believe this, but it is an hopeful illusion because it makes me believe that extremism and violence can't win over all of humanity. Harold Evans, in his article in the Guardian yesterday, showed us why "we" can't allow ourselves to become admirers or lovers of death and of destruction.