Tuesday, April 28, 2009

Everything's Amazing and Nobody's Happy


Above is a crude example of mindfulness in everyday life. While Louis CK may lack the gravitas, of say, a Dalai Lama, he does make some excellent points about how we overlook amazing things every day. Our collective failure to be content, to be excited with the mundane, and appreciate the little things has led to many of the problems fueling our current recession. Silly as this little diatribe is, there's a lot of truth in there.

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