The thing I love most about my life is that I'm too old to care what people think about me.
Yes, that’s what I love most. So that allows me and affords me the opportunity to be authentic all the time. I don’t have a home behavior, a work behavior, and a relationship behavior because it doesn’t matter to me anymore what people think about me. I’ve done my work enough so that who I am, as I am, authentically is a divine representation all the time. Whether you like it or not is not my issue.
Oh, to love. To love … some people will never love you back. I always say you don’t get to tell people how to love you; you get to choose whether or not you want to participate in the way they love. But you’ve got to be loving to them in order to see how they love you back and that gives you the choice.
The last time I found love? Well, I don’t know that I ever lost love. I was never looking for it. When I realized love, I think, you realize the depth of love, the presence of love, and the essence of love at different experiences. I’ve always had love. I’ve never lost love. I think the last time that I experienced or had a deeper level of awareness of it was probably when my father passed. I became acutely aware of how deeply it’s possible to love. I wasn’t aware of it. I heard my heart crack. I became aware of the capacity we have for love.