Apparently not much, but we had a great time finding our way through Paris together, just enjoying each other’s company, visiting museums, and living the cafe life.Cross-Heart Kirtan Kriya Meditation When I returned to school that fall, I started to sow my teenage oats a bit. A typical teenager, I started to act out, along with my friends and my sisters, toward our parents and school authoritarians. My friends and I wore all black every day to school and called ourselves mods, likening our look to beatniks and the characters in the movie Quadropbenia. We would visit the Berkeley campus to listen to bands, shop in thrift stores, and smoke cigarettes in coffee bars.Cross-Heart Kirtan Kriya Meditation These teenage activities grossly contradicted my work life. I chose to keep it to myself and began living a double life from then on. I was ashamed of my modeling life when I was with my friends, and embarrassed by my teenage life when I was working with the grown-ups.