It’s graduation season, and I was reminded of this excellent essay by David Foster Wallace. Great wisdom on how we all choose to experience the frustrating parts of life. And let’s face it, if we let them those frustrating parts can become our focus.
It’s not in the video, but I think this is the essay where Wallace points out the the brain is an amazing servant, but a terrible master. I highly recommend picking up a copy of the essay and reading the entire thing. Let me know if you want to borrow my copy.
“…the images shown below were taken using Autochrome Lumière technology. It’s an early color photography process, patented in 1903 and invented by the famous French Auguste and Louis Lumière, populary known as Lumière Brothers.”