I’m a strange mix of cynicism and romanticism, of horror and hope. There are days in which my spirit sinks low, and others where my appreciation for beauty overwhelms me. Although millennials are often characterized as “lazy,” “entitled,” “easily offended,” “narcissistic,” I refuse to believe this alarmingly simplistic portrayal of our generation. People from older generations seem to equate screens and apps with superficiality and fear of commitment. I mean, sure we live in a digital age and we’re constantly fed sensationalized news, but that doesn’t automatically make us the “bad generation.” These days, it is rare to see a news story that doesn’t revolve around tragedy. Every day, we are reminded that humanity is irrevocably damaging Earth, hate crimes are on the rise, bombings and mass shootings happen way too often. With so much cynicism, disillusionment, and fear around us, it can be difficult to remember there is still love in the world. Love, in many ways, tears us apart and glues us together. So what better way to capture the essence of this than a podcast on the very subject of Love itself?