Episcopal priest, author and gay rights activist Rev. Malcolm Boyd passed away in Los Angeles last month at the age of 91. Now, thanks to MSNBC, we're able to watch Boyd's final interview in which he discusses his time in Hollywood (he wanted something more meaningful), his priesthood and also offers sage advice to young people.
Here's what he had to say about the latter:
"I think older people with a certain kind of experience can be very helpful to non-older people, including 'how did you make it?' 'What are you doing?' Also, 'how do you treat other people? Relax. Be yourself. Find out who you are. That's a full time assignment. Have some fun. Enjoy life but also stand for something. There's a lot to stand for. Keep learning. I would say keep your sense of humor and, if you don't have one, get one. I really mean that."
Wise words from a very wise man. Watch the entire clip, AFTER THE JUMP…