Love, for me, is the center. From there, love leads and guides me towards experiences that impact me in the present. Then I learn some of how the love radiates outwards because exactly what I need returns to me in a different moment. The clearest manifestation of this is through the opportunity to mother my children. Another comes from when a family invites me to participate in their child’s journey as a developmental occupational therapist. Still other love comes from fellowship within my community. Love, having no boundary of space or time, offers me a community so broad that it includes my engagement with local church musicians and fellow theater performers as well as with friends and family from my childhood and young adulthood from both hemispheres of our planet. I hope I may practice my love centering, to be ready for how it may next move through me and return.