Saturday, July 21, 2007
The Washington Post has been doing a very cool and interesting ongoing (video) series at their website, titled, "onBeing." It is a collection of brief interviews with individuals who share their particular way of being, their philosophy of life.
Here is how the website explains it:
"onBeing is a project based on the simple notion that we should get to know one another a little better. What you’ll find here is a series of videos that takes you into the musings, passions, histories and quirks of all sorts of people. The essence of who they are, who we are."
"There will be a new video every Wednesday, so check back often. In the meantime, feel free to add your thoughts to the comments section and tell us about someone you’d like to see in onBeing. Over time, we should end up with a pretty cool community."
Each slice of humanity, if you are open to it, has something to offer. Through everyone's little (and sometimes big) wierdnesses, we catch sight of that which links us together. It is really quite affirming, I think.
Check it out...
What would you talk about...?