In her runaway best-seller, “Eat, Pray, Love” Elizabeth Gilbert shares a tale of self-discovery while maintaining her identity. The first section is set in Rome and it is here she realizes why she cannot live in Rome forever. Ultimately, it comes down to a single word. The word that describes her. But she has not found her specific word yet.

When Gilbert is talking to her friend in Rome he explains, “every city has a single word that defines it, that identifies most people who live there” Decidedly, Rome's word is "sex," In order to live happily and comfortably in Rome, your word must also be "sex." It must encompass you in all you do, even when it is not your intention.