Well, alright, alright, here we go, to share some love wisdom with the rest of us ordinary people. The Oscar winner and Lincoln salesman took some time out from what it is that rich and famous people do.
McConaughey's twitter handle answered a sweet, philosophical question for all of us: "How should we fall in love?" It's a great question, after all, and there are a lot of answers, but what did the Dallas Buyers Club actor say?
“Plan and grow a garden that draws butterflies to you rather than chase them around.” He liked the photo immensely because he also pinned it on his Instagram page.
"We have a love that we never question," McConaughey told People back in 2006, when he was worried that he would never find love.
He took this butterfly concept as a framework and used it with Alves.
McConaughey said People that the clock was ticking. “I wanted to be married and have children by the time I was 40,” but I did not want to engage in the game of starting to feel anxious, because when you get too much anxiety, you don't find a partner. And you make a quick decision.
He said that he had stopped "hunting" and found his wife.
"I knew men who made quick decisions and women who did the same thing," said the woman who walked across my field of vision and I thought, "Who is that?"
Everyone should plant a garden!