I thought the talk on "Yea Yea" was powerful--on truth, avoiding deception, keeping promises, living a life of integrity. Made me want to examine my life and my work more on a daily basis. The talk on "Loving your enemies" was also powerful, in a different way, and I liked his analogy (near the end) on being an adopted enemy. But I think I have a long way to go in finding the balance between a humble, forgiving spirit and a passion for justice. Still, it's helpful to have the need for a balance brought out, as I hadn't thought about his point before.