I love really, really, really well. I know how to love someone. Whether it’s loving my neighbor or loving the supermarket cashier, I give love a lot and I make people feel needed and wanted, and I love teaching people how to love better.
To love more deeply, more passionately. Love through struggle. Love through pain. I’ll never stop loving someone. And I think if I could connect it for just a second to work.
The people that I work with, they know that if there is a problem or we have a struggle that behind all the work stress or whatever that exists, there’s a deep loyalty that I have for people. And I think my legacy that I’d like to leave behind is that I have an unending amount of love that is resilient through anything hard, anything difficult.
It could surpass the most heinous situations. That’s the legacy that I’d like to leave behind. The team that believed in me when I was in my 30s as a young female attorney, they knew that they saw something in me that they were going to give me a chance.
For that reason, I am, like I said the unending love, the loyalty that I have as a human being, just my general character, my demeanor, it will always be with this firm because they bestowed upon me that gift. They trusted me, and so I give them that trust back.