Unless otherwise specifically provided in this trust or by the context in which used, I use the word shall in this trust to impose a duty, command, direct, or require, and the word may to allow or permit, but not require.  In the context of my Trustee, when I use the word shall I intend to impose a fiduciary duty on my Trustee.  When I use the word may I intend to empower my Trustee to act with the Trustee’s sole and absolute discretion unless otherwise stated in this trust.  When I use the words may not in reference to my Trustee, I specifically mean my Trustee is not permitted to.