Love. How can one four-letter word have so many meanings?

I’m fascinated by the fact that Eskimos have 30 different words for snow. Wouldn’t it be amazing if we had that many ways to describe love?

Story Aaron H. Bible

February, 2020

Being a lifelong skier, I’ve always been fascinated by the fact that the Eskimos have 30 different words for “snow.” wouldn’t it be amazing if we had that many ways to describe love? With Valentine’s Day approaching this month, it’s a great time to reflect on what love means to you. Here at Sensi, we are all about showing love. And we invite you to join us.

We’re living and carrying forward the ethos of Sensi as we continue to celebrate a new year and a new decade.

“In a world where so many have fought to love one another, February is our month to celebrate that love is love,” Sensi Pittsburgh publisher Gina Vensel told me last month as we were putting this issue together. “And the love we share is compassionate and filled with a giving spirit and understanding heart.”

But one thing we know to be true: When you think about love, you think about music. And given that music is one of our greatest loves here at Sensi, we wanted to bring you as much musical inspiration as possible this month. February is also Black History Month, and in this issue, we take a look into the history jazz, a truly American musical genre, forged in large part by African Americans, that many of us feel a special connection to and gratitude for.

Thanks for picking up the magazine and for coming along for the ride. We love you.

Aaron H. Bible

From the Issue


Sign up to receive the latest news and updates.