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74. What does it mean to be human?
To have an array of feelings, to develop personal relationships and to be able to ask "why".
75. If you looked into the heart of your enemy, what do you think you would find that is different from what is in your own heart?
Ooh, that's a tough one because I don't feel like I have an enemy. But, I bet I would find the same thing that is in my heart, but just not the loving feeling towards me. Their happiness is probably just reserved for someone else.
76. What do you love most about yourself?
That I am not afraid to try…just about anything. My hunger is for experiencing new things and it is was I thrive off of.
77. Where would you most like to go and why?
At the moment, I am uber-obsessed with going to Africa. I have a fantasy of learning an African dance, going on a safari and riding an elephant.
78. Is it more important to do what you love or to Love what you are doing?
Trick question! Though I believe in thinking positively about whatever you are doing in your life, I also think that taking your passion and turning it into a career is life changing! So, by a thick, wavy hair, it is more important do what you love.
79. What do you imagine yourself doing ten years from now?
Having a simple life with the freedom to live and travel where I wish.
80. What small act of kindness were you once shown that you will never forget?
When I was competing to have a television show on Oprah's Own Network, the support I got from the most unexpected people was overwhelming. I will never forget how they rooted, voted and spread the word for me.
81. What is your happiest childhood memory? What makes it so special?
I believe it's the same answer as question #60:
60. What is your most beloved childhood memory?
I have a fond memory of sitting at my grandmothers kitchen table and "helping" her to make homemade pasta. Growing up in a loud and mostly chaotic Italian family, this memory captures a rare peaceful time. Answering this question has made me realize that I do regret not telling my grandmother how much I loved her (see #57) and now I am forced to relive the beautiful memories I have (#59).