It’s very beautiful but it’s, I don’t know if it’s everlasting and I think it changes over time and it’s not necessarily passionate always, and you can almost love and hate things at the same time. It’s confusing. Love for a child though is the most, the easiest thing on earth. I love my daughter more than anything, ever. And I’d like to learn how to love everything, like, you know the idea of metta? I’d like to really work on that, you know, cause I believe there’s a such a strong connection between compassion and self-hatred. It’s so hard to be compassionate to others if you can’t love and accept yourself. Um, so, as a human, as an artist, as a psychologist, as a mother, friend, family member, I’d like to be able to love everything equally. Even the things I can’t stand. I was just thinking of this as I was driving over, it’s kind of like, serendipitous. I just noticed that it’s like, you know, I always have to remember every time I’m annoyed by something, I can’t stand something… or I’m just, things are making me crazy… that it’s just, I’m just looking into a mirror of everything I can’t stand about myself and even if it’s like exaggerated in the other person it’s all the things that I can’t accept about myself.