Love is the starting point, at least for me, when I was growing up, my parents were great at laughter, but not very engaged in their relationship they weren’t FRIENDS! I wish that they were, it just didn’t happen. Love assist us all in starting the journey, pain is sometimes a great motivator, it causes us , to really look at our choices. Then comes forgiveness, we need to reflect on all the horrible things that we accused and judged ourselves of, and forgive ourselves, and others.When I was just 15 years old, not very sexual, because my mother never impressed me by her relationship with my father, that sex was interesting enough to embark on, she referred to it as keep your dress down and your panties up. I was assaulted, raped as a teenager, by one of my peers, someone that was demaged, by what I’m not sure, he was just 15. Maybe peer pressure, as he thought that he was the bee’s knees, laughing. He was a great dresser, at least to me. Remember, I was a teenager, never thought about how self absorbed we all were, smiling. Fashion conscious, at least we thought! But I always had LOVE, my family had a wicked sense of humor. We ate together every Sunday, every holiday, every birthday, gathered around food, drinking, and merriment! Listening to music, and talking mess, playing cards, and reflecting on our day! Those memories are my revelation about staying in the moment! Namaste!