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Oh wow, talk about looking on the bright side!
So, when Lea opened up about her upcoming album, she revealed that Cory Montieth's unexpected death affected her immensely.
However, she still manages to find the sunny side in a sea of darkness.
Especially when she listens to her song You're Mine, which she wrote in tribute to him!
The Glee actress said:
"I'm so grateful to get to say that I experienced true love and I think that a lot of people unfortunately don't. They'll go a whole lifetime without this experience. I did and I consider myself so lucky. It takes me back to the best time of my life, so whenever I need to remember that, I play that song."
Oh, wow. What an amazing way to look at it all!
Lea also shared the most important lesson she's learned from the whole situation.
"A lot of people don't know how to touch this situation. It's like walking on eggshells. It puts it all out there. It's really hard and we're gonna get through it. I really hope it helps people the way it helps me…If I've learned anything from this past year it's that you have one life. I didn't really understand what that meant until recently. You have to live your life to the fullest and you have to love as hard as you can love."
She is SUCH an AH-MAZE woman!!!!
We love it!!!
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