Tragedy and Hope

I was feeding my soul at Brainy Versatility, watching his video post about Setting Goals, and I was reminded of my all time favorite YouTube channel, Tragedy and Hope.

Please enjoy this powerful video, featuring a man who changed and may well have saved my life, the one and only, Alan Watts.

 

If you are any bit as cerebral or insatiable as I, you are no doubt craving another. For one time only, I will enable you; fully ready to accept the blame for pushing change and feeding a fabulous addiction.

 

 

May you be mused so profoundly that your next words echo through time and space, crack the very fabric of society, and wake the world to witness its splendor.

16 thoughts on “Tragedy and Hope

  1. I was just checking out your page, I think it’s fabulous!

    If you liked this, you should definitely check out Tragedy and Hope on YouTube, listen to any of Alan Watts lectures (they are every where), or check out a copy of The Tao Te Ching (or Daodejing).
    Timeless, universal, and life changing.

    Thank you for your kind words too!

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  2. Hmm it appears like your blog ate my first comment (it was super long) so I guess I’ll just sum it up what I had written and say, I’m thoroughly enjoying your blog. I as well am an aspiring blog blogger but I’m still new to the whole thing. Do you have any recommendations for beginner blog writers? I’d really appreciate it.|

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    1. I’m a beginning blogger myself. I didn’t even know you left a comment.
      I’m glad you are liking the blog.
      From what I have seen out there, my favorites are always the ones that seem truest to themselves.

      Like

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