An emotional Renzo Gracie took to Twitter yesterday after a moving series of experiences in perhaps the most least-likely venue on earth: the Newark Airport. \u201cI seat to grab a beer... Newark Airport, two beautiful ladies seat next to me. They just got married in Jersey, their happiness can be seen from 100 miles away,\u201d he Twittered. Deeply moved by the archetypal beauty of their recent union, he talked to them for a really, really long time. \u201cMy plane is late, we talk for hours. They are from Sonoma, the wine capital of the USA, near San Francisco, the first place I came to in the US. They show me their wedding pictures, tell me their life history, 23 years in the making. I ask about their family, what they think, how they see it. Every answer is positive, and great, they accept.\u201d And so, this remarkable new connection with a pair of complete strangers was complete. Well, almost. He\u2019d nearly forgotten to tell them about Gracie Jiu-Jitsu. \u201cTime for my plane to leave. I got to go. I give them a copy of The Gracies and the Birth of Vale Tudo. And tell them what I do,\u201d he continued. \u201cThey give me a tight hug. In a way that they would only hug those who back them up. Tears fill my eyes. I wish them an amazing life. And an unforgettable love story, one forged with amazing memories - the most valuable asset a human can have on his life time.\u201d The last time someone cried in the Newark Airport, he was getting beaten with an overstuffed handbag by a drunk luggage handler under a broken 747. Renzo walked through the building in a trance. He spotted a woman speaking into an iPhone using sign language. OMG, how much beauty can a man endure? \u201cShe is talking through a sign language. With her hands. She is deaf. My heart fills with the noble feeling that if I die tomorrow the world is in great hands. In a much better hands than mine.\u201d This is why we love Renzo. He has a heart with a tremendous capacity for emotion, prone to constant overflowing. Either that or he just pounded the hell out of some Budweisers during a really long layover.