Updated: Mar 5
In reading through the morning news, I “LOVED” Tom Popomaronis's CNBC.com article,
J.K. Rowling's greatest advice to Harvard grads is disturbingly dark—but honestly, so brilliant and true, about J.K. Rowling’s greatest advice to 2008 Harvard grads. (View entire speech on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wHGqp8lz36c) The takeaway for me was that I probably have an overactive capacity for imagination—always imagining myself in other, less fortunate people’s places—but these days I am surrounded more and more by those who seem to have the advantage of enjoying life without exercising their imaginations at all. It strikes me that it is worthwhile for us all to ask whether we are on either of those extremes or are we living Life with just the right balance for fulfilling our religious, moral and/or civic responsibility to our “neighbors,” broadly defined.
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