21st century enlightenment.

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+5 1. sux2bu commented 11 years ago

That was more than my attention span could handle. Could someone summarize it in thirty words or less?
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+5 2. ui236 commented 11 years ago

So how do we achieve happiness? :S
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+19 3. banzemanga commented 11 years ago

like usual, these videos are interesting and informative. O:)
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+10 4. max2000 commented 11 years ago

commercial for the templates and clipboards to be used in Office '97 >:)
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+5 5. captain_obvious commented 11 years ago

i wish i payed more attention in english class.
just some drawings and a guy complaining for me
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+7 6. itsSimple7 commented 11 years ago

A Basic Summary:

Live Differently, Think Differently

We have many scientific and social advances, and the standard of living is higher, but is that progress? and are we happier?

Expanding our concern for others will result in more socially responsible attitudes.

What we need to know is what we want to achieve, and why.

We need to discover, who we are, who we need to be, and what we may be in a distant future.

It ends with an inspiring quote that suggests anyone can change the world.


AS USUAL, A WHOLE LOT OF YAKKITY-YAK WITH NO ANSWERS
PHILOSOPHY....if its complicated enough, people will think you said something worth while......
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+5 7. Oddi commented 11 years ago

#2 you should ask yourself about that not others...on a best scenario one should know how to achieve only his own happiness, but i bet u are joking askin that anyway.
ps: its not news that many drugs increase your empathy for the world around ya (open yr minds)..but a better achievement is to do that through knowledge & education, crucial for achievin a consious level of empathy..very good vid btw.
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-1 8. lockandload commented 11 years ago

wasnt there a similar vid posted like this not long ago?
not complaining just like his drawings! nice vid, bit long but all good ;)
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-4 9. soultanos commented 11 years ago

#2 Read some Deepak Chopra and you'll get the answer...
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+4 10. MSandD commented 11 years ago

the video is interesting, but the animated board would be awesome
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+2 11. Urmensch commented 11 years ago

How on Earth can anyone watch that video and then suggest reading Deepak Chopra?
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+2 12. NotFirst commented 11 years ago

Gads, if it wasn't for the drawings, I would gag at this video. Teachers should teach like this so that it's not so boring.

"They" should research the ever-shrinking attention span. I'd like to see a drawing of that!
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+1 13. ringmaster commented 11 years ago

#3, yes, but each 'lesson' takes at least a day of hard study, not 11 mins.