A couple of thoughts from the Love Does conference on Thursday and Friday. 1. We can't turn into love if we're too afraid of failing.
Bob Goff said we need two epic fails a year. Not failing at relationships, though. Don't let relationships be an experiment. My tendency is to be so careful that I don't know how I could have an epic fail if I tried.
2. What does love look like when it costs something?
Jamie Tworkowski (founder of To Write Love On Her Arms) makes a good point. He said love is staying up until 3 AM or getting no sleep at all. Love costs time (including "me time"), pride, money and more time.
I took eight pages of notes from the conference, but I'll spare you that. I'm working on reflecting more simply.