Love is better conveyed and felt than defined. Love has countless expressions – caring, feeling connected, truly wishing someone well, serving others selflessly – these and many more are different ways we love each other.

In addition to feeling close to our dear ones, we can share micro moments of love with most others in life’s daily encounters – at the checkout counter we can greet the clerk knowing he or she has a family that loves, in the cab we can talk to the driver knowing he has a wealth of wisdom from meeting many more people than us, to a client we can serve with gratitude feeling privileged for their trust in us. Bringing love in an otherwise mundane transaction, is bringing a deeper presence, non-judgment, gratitude, selflessness, hope, and excellence.

That’s what creates evenings filled memorable moments and the Taj Mahal that bring a sense of wonder to generations.