Monday, January 21, 2013

Alan Watts: What if Money Was No Object?, by Gavin Aung Than

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(Reblogged from Zen Pencils)

Labor Students,

Last 8th Nov 2012, we published a post about an amazing lecture by the late professor Alan Watts:

What if money was no object?
What do I desire? Be the change that you would like to see in this world.

And last Tuesday 8th January, Gavin Aung Than illustrated that same lecture on his website Zen Pencils

Alan Watts (1915-1973) was an English philosopher and writer who played a large part in popularising Zen Buddhism in the west. He gained a wide following after moving to the United States where he published numerous books on Zen and Eastern philosophy. During the 1960s and 70s he toured extensively on the college lecture circuit and became a celebrity among the growing youth movement. Watts had over 25 books published and recorded over 400 lectures, many of which have found a new audience on YouTube.

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