It is funny because a lot of things pass through and you, you’ll take one definition and you’ll reject that, you know, you’ll say it’s compassion and the other that I say is that it is completely when you accept your, you know, accept whatever is around you, cause it’s not always just about people, it’s about a way of being in the world, so I can’t really come to anything conclusive about that. There is that sort of oceanic feeling of love. I guess that’s what I am getting at. You know, it’s like when you love for example one person, it’s like you love the whole entire world and whatever is small, whatever just that one individual or something about that one individual changes the... your... the aspect of everything, it changes the color of everything.
And, once, I was in a bar... well, I don't know if you have time for a small story? Ok... I was once in a bar with a girlfriend I was very much in love with, obviously, and I had a hand on my shoulder and I reached and I kissed that hand, tenderly, and then I realized it wasn’t even my girlfriend's hand. It was just some buddy of mine who had his arm, his hand over my shoulder (chuckle) but I, it was because I was in love with her that this hand was to me also something that I was in love with as well.