They say, all you need is love. But what is better? Finding love, even if you don't have enough money? Or is money important, even if you don't have time to find love?
I grew up a Tamilian.
In my opinion, B. J. Penn is No. 1.
The Black Panther party of Self-Defense is a revolutionary party.
I'm not so vain as to believe that my involvement changes anything whatsoever.
I get called all these horrible names by Lindsey Graham, who I don't even know.
Each era has the fatal hubris to believe that it has once and for all climbed to the top of the mountain and can see everything as it is, from the highest and most objective vantage point possible.
I think all the best songs do that: they offer some sort of hope and light in the darkness.
I can understand the value of the immigrant experience and that we have become the nation that we are because people like my grandmother were able to make a life in this country.
When you reach across the aisle and open your heart and mind, you might just find that you have more in common than you think with the guy on the other side of the fence.
As we're bombarded with the imagery that we are and now, post 9-11, it's hard not to get hardened by the world and the amount of violence that's allowed to be shown to kids these days.
People have been unkind to me, but I do not want to swear vengeance. I am a simple human being.
I'm a romantic, I like the football.
Even before the mainstream knew about P.O.D., we were going for several years underground. For me, those were the times where it really was about the music and really about the fan base.
Fortunately, I was still living in Los Angeles at the time. So I went out to World Gym and got a membership.
When I listen to these women, it makes what I thought were my hard knocks feel like little nudges.