I was inspired to write For the Love of Life because of a deep passion of true love within me for people, places, and things. It uncovers the makeup of what true love is really all about. It talks about where it’s been, what it has to offer, and where it’s going. It takes the distorted vision of love and transforms it into a clear vision of what true love is really all about. It doesn’t exclude the fact that you still have to endure trials, tribulations, sufferings, and hardships but can still be grounded to the thing that has power over anything and everything that you may encounter, which is love. It takes the distorted vision of love and transforms it into a clear vision of true love and ignites the courage and the will to turn your back on darkness to face the light, regardless of whatever you may be going through. The world has taught me how to become a master of what it calls love, and I became very good at it whether I wanted to use it for good or bad, but the love of God shows true love in a world of make-believe. The pictures may change, but the frame will stay the same. Sometimes people paint us a portrait of how they want us to see them, but over time, if it isn’t real, the paint starts to fade and true colors show.