I liked the interview. Tom answered a question that once I posted but nobody replied:
Q: If Love is a pointing outwards vector, is loving yourself a bad thing or a good thing?
A: It is a good thing. Loving yourself does not mean being narcissistic or egotistic. Loving yourself is removing all the fears and ego that are in the way of you being capable of LOVING in general. To love you need to lower your entropy. You lower your entropy by caring about others, by the pointing outwards vector. If you care about others and about helping others you remove the room for fears to get into you and therefore you are able to LOVE YOURSELF and LOVE in general.
Note that this is not exactly Tom's answer in the interview, but I based it on what it was talked there.
Knowing what we do to other we do to our self goes both ways, so loving our self in the big picture is loving other. That is why I've said there is no such thing as "altruism" when you know that what you do for other you are really doing for self since we are all part of the same thing. If we ever disagreed on this we don't anymore, you are interpreting Tom good I think.
How is your friends and family in Argentina? Is there any effect from the Chili quake?