Brain Rub

MUST read(s)!

The Futile Pursuit of Happiness— I read this article and decided to take a leave of absence from college.  Then I made it to the Olympics 😛 … Okay.  There was some other stuff that happened too.  Still.  READ IT.

A Kite That Couldn’t be Tied Down— On love.  And, impressions that we never forget.

On Truth.  Big “T”—  Thank you David Foster Wallace.

Soulpancake — Dwight from “The Office” does philosophy.  Question.  Question.  Question.  AMAZING!

Watch this!:

More to come…

5 Responses to “Brain Rub”

  1. Travis Lee April 25, 2011 at 5:12 pm #

    I really enjoyed the Futile Pursuit of Happiness article. I’d be interested to hear more of thoughts about it!

    • Jamie April 25, 2011 at 5:41 pm #

      I get you! This article was really interesting and important to me. I shared it with someone special once and I was amazed how different people take different things… I guess we get what we need 🙂 Maybe a post! Have a nice day.

  2. Travis Lee April 25, 2011 at 5:43 pm #

    I really enjoyed the Futile Pursuit of Happiness article. I’d be interested to hear more of your thoughts about it!

  3. nannettestevens August 25, 2011 at 9:39 am #

    Thank you for introducing me to TED.com. I realized, watching this video, that being vulnerable is a good thing. I have always been vulnerable and open to people and experiences in my life and some say I am too sensitive. Maybe this is why but I dont think…no i KNOW that i wouldn’t want to be any other way because there are so many feelings and connections with those that i love that i would miss out on.

    • Jamie August 25, 2011 at 2:23 pm #

      Thank you for your openness! I LOVE TED.com too. I’m working on loving the vulnerability 😛

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