"What would you like to do if money were no object?" A potent question British philosopher Alan Watts asks us to consider in his lecture on human life, "Do You Do It, or Does It Do You?"
This interview is going down in the books as one of our all-time favorites. Period.
In the end it is not a movie about the end of men. It's about breaking the man trance. It frees us all from everything we thought a relationship should be and uplifts us toward a higher state of living called "joy."
Choose freedom. Dare to think for yourself. Your very choice is an expression of affection for the true you. I think Alan Watts would agree there is no more noble act than to elevate your consciousness above the roar of what others have to say, so you can hear what you have to say.
Being out of control in the service of learning, fun and growth, oddly enough, places you in control of your life, because you are self-determining its content.
Robinson emphasizes the importance of intrinsic motivation, doing things for their own sake, yet he also argues that our