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“Who is this guy?” That’s what I asked myself when I first saw his work.
He was passionate, articulate and massively creative.Life should be lived to the point of tears. - Albert Camus via @JasonSilva Click To Tweet
If you don’t know Jason Silva, please take 2 minutes and 55 seconds to watch this video before diving into our longer interview.
You’ll know if this uber inspiring philosophical jam is up your alley.
Heads up: this video still brings tears to my eyes when I watch it because it reminds me of how damn much I love love.
How much I treasure life in all its forms and how incredibly fleeting it all is.
Since you’re still reading, I’ll take that as a sign that you’re ready for more Jason Silva.
As a person who is always creating and learning, I love meeting people who can make me even more inspired to stretch my own capabilities, reach farther and dig deeper.
That’s what I admire so much in Jason and I hope he inspires the same in you. In today’s interview we’re talking futurism, technology, spirituality, idea sex and more.
Jason references fantastic quotes and books like no other. Since I had a feeling you’d ask, here’s a list of the four books he mentioned, via our Amazon partner links.
- Steven Johnson “Where Good Ideas Come From: The Natural History of Innovation”
- Richard Dawkins “The Selfish Gene”
- Steven Johnson “Future Perfect”
- Jane McGonigal “Reality is Broken: Why Games Make Us Better and How They Can Change the World”
Now, Jason and I would love to hear from you.
What’s your answer to our challenge today, inspired by Albert Camus: What do you love so much, that it moves you to the point of tears?
I’m excited to know what most moves your heart, and what most inspired you about today’s discussion.
Thank you, as always, for watching, sharing and being so kind in the comments below.
You make this one of the best places online.
With all my love,