For people to be able to sit down together and have a conversation, that's the power of love.
I grew up in a neighborhood in Baltimore that was like a war zone, so I never learned to trust that there were people who could help me.
I learned that surrounding myself with people who are able to help me is like being surrounded by tangible godliness.
I'm extremely ambitious. I don't know why people are afraid to say that.
I had to get into a place for myself of thinking what I would create for myself if I didn't have to worry about making money.
I'm in this whole flow of doing certain art pieces without commerce.
I feel a real responsibility to my community and so right now there has been this bizarre myth in our community how our vote doesn't count. I'm trying to get out there and re-educate on how the government works and break that myth and talk about the importance of being involved.
I'm not one about trying to slow things down. What I try to do is create an atmosphere for my family where we can pretty much have whatever.
Women, you can have it all - a loving man, devoted husband, loving children, a fabulous career.
I won't sell my soul to the devil, but I do want success and I don't think that's bad.
Love is what sometimes holds us and binds us when we're not so happy.
We all think there is a formula, (but) as long as we love our children, that's really the only solid thing I know that works across the board.
I think women who lead full lives are better mothers.
I've always been a caretaker; I think a lot of women are. We take care of everybody else first, and very rarely do we think about ourselves.
I have a thing for doors. I always think of them as a threshold to something new.