I’m trying to go a little bit backwards. My first answer is definitely based in family… I’m going to say family because it kind of… it transcends from my knowledge of “what is love”, from when you start off as a teenager and people drill into this idea that love is something that happens with a person, girlfriend or whatever or boyfriend or whatever you are with, but that never worked for me, so I had to keep re-defining it. Now I am going to say love is these people in my life that I’ve known my whole life, and that’s the start of it. And then when I really think about that, and through, I am going to say, my life, and the past like six or seven years and where I’ve gone through it kind of like, expands out. Also like when it starts in here. My first real idea of love was of myself, right? So then I figured out that I can love myself. It was late. I am going to tell you, it was late. I’m gonna say thirty-six… but from there, it goes out. And actually, you know, just looking back, my family, and all these people, were an early start. My nana, my mother, you know, these are obvious things. Ok, this love, I love my mom, and then it branches out. Once you... I am going to say that it is very important to feel that inside yourself for yourself. And, and I’d say it’s bottomless, and you, you, you have so much, everyone has an unlimited amount of love and energy within them, whether they can tap it or not is another question, right?
I say it’s like a bottomless fountain, bottomless kind of… well of energy that exists. But it’s not ah… yeah, and I’m going to say it comes and goes sometimes, you know. Sometimes your world can like shrink and you’ll be stuck inside your little tiny world where you don’t think outside and then you’ll, you know, you look up and you’re like: “Oh wow. There I am”.