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Posted on Jun 29th, 2007 by C4Chaos@zaadz

AS a result of an understanding of "WHAT [IS] THE SHAPE of WATER?"

(Crossposted from

Bob Thurman marries Buddhism and technology on this short but very moving talk at TED.

Key quote: "The key to compassion is fun."

I so badly needed this reminder.
Bob Thurman: Becoming Buddha -- on the Web

For more awesome ideas worth spreading, check out the TED Talks List.

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Michael : catalyst-producer

about 1 hour later

Michael said

Thanks for sharing this perspective of Bob Thurman with us here @zaadz - SO appropriately sponsored by BMW - particularly in the context of a conscious capitalist approach to ..changing the world.

The key to compassion IS fun & BONO's TED talk of 2006 IS equally testament to THAT particularly in the context of Martin's Penny-ON One Love initiative.



Michael : catalyst-producer

about 2 hours later

Michael said

When each of these three elements of vision–concern for excellence, for people and for the

wider environment–are present, business is transformed from a tool for making profits into

a creative, humane experiment for improving life.

                                                                                                Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi                                                       

Michael : catalyst-producer

4 days later

Michael said

ABSOLUTE compassion, however, can only BE manifest in the ONE who does “what needs to BE DONE with humility” - as a servant to HOMO SAPIENS who would “deem” to tell the ONE “What to DO”



Sandra : Inspirational Ambassador

4 days later

Sandra said

I adore this clip of Bob Thurman, thanks so much C4. Going to spread it around!



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