Leo Buscaglia, the man that penned the book titled, “Love,” was an inspiring lecturer. He spoke at length about the human condition, and how walking through life with an open and considerate heart is the singular and most important part of our existence. He wanted to make sure that love and friendship forged a connection with one another, and was adamant in his insistence that we reach out to each other in the spirit of fellowship, kinship and love. Buscaglia talked about a time when he taught at the University of Southern California. In the fall, during the first semester, he would make a point to amble across the campus, just to say “hello” to the people coming his way….