Oh, yes. Emily does like to ask questions. But, what I like about her questions is that they are genuine and thorough. One answer seems to lead to another question. She inquires about intentions, feelings, thoughts and actions. She explores your story gently and celebrates who you are. I got the feeling that she's a believer of people, but more so, God's presence with those people. "Christianese words come out when we try to fix someone's problems rather than just being there with them in the realness of life's messiness," Emily shared with me. Immediately I sat and thought about how often Christians, like myself, sometimes spend more time speaking into someone's life when it might be better to be there with that person in their life. It reminded me of a passage where Jesus said to the disciples, "I was a stranger and you took me in, I needed clothes and you clothed me, I was sick and you looked after me, I was in prison and you came to visit me.' The disciples were confused because they had no recollection of doing these acts. Then Jesus said to them, "Whatever you did for the least of these, you did for Me." What a mind boggling concept. But, don't get Emily wrong. She keeps it real when the timing is right. "I don't like sugar coating things," she added. That's hard to believe coming from someone with such a sweet smile.