What do you do when you realize a best friend or family member is not a good/nice person? When you see-understand-that he or she is a bully or racist or sexist or homophobic, for example? When you see-understand-that he or she is vindictive, rejoices in other people’s misfortune, or likes to hurt others, for example?
I love you because you show me myself, remind me who I am; who I am supposed to be…who I need to be.
What is your best self? Who do you show it to?
The importance of adapting to your environment for survival but of also remaining true to self–of remaining unchanged by oddities of different spaces, times, and peoples; the energy of a place.
What are you doing to become who you know you are supposed to be?
The importance of trust, of loyalty. Of not abusing this sacred charge given to you by another.
The importance of thoughtfulness–of appreciation of others.
What is faith? What does it mean? How is it most useful?
The importance of living.
The nature of responsibility.