When it comes to how we like to spend our time, most of us fall clearly into one of two categories:
It’s easy enough to mouth, “I am all about love.“
It is Valentine’s Day! And I wrote a few words for anyone who still longs after true love:
One of the loveliest aspects of romantic love is the enduring imprint it inevitably leaves on our heart and body.
Yesterday, I discovered this sculpture “Friends” by Nnamdi Okonkwo in downtown Suwanee, GA, and I fell in love–immediately, irrevocably, completely.
Little acts of romance can happen every day if we expand the definition by making it more inclusive of all the people we love–mom, dad, brother, sister, friend, lovers–and then finding ways to weave it through the everyday fabric of our lives and the lives of our beloveds.
This is a true story.
The very best films break open your heart; or remind you of something very important that you may have long forgotten or buried in some dark corner of your mind; or delight your heart and your mind with a new recognition of the stunning beauty and power of the human potential.