Todays game is a little different.
Most of us have heard of this guy – Albert Einstein. He's credited with having a pretty big impact on our understanding of our physical world with his theory relativity and the like.
Below is a quote from our friend Albert. I noticed it recently as a post on a friend's post on Facebook. Take a moment to read the words, question their meaning and look to see how they apply in your life. Are you present to the mysterious?"The most beautiful thing we can experience is the mysterious. It is the source of all true art and all science. He to whom this emotion is a stranger, who can no longer pause to wonder and stand rapt in awe, is as good as dead: his eyes are closed."
Are you present to the mysterious?
Appreciate if you'd take a minute and put your thoughts and comments on the blog post of today's game. Whatever you choose to say is fine, consider that it will most likely contribute to another person's experience.
Have an awesome day.
Google Tech Talks
April 22, 2009
This interactive talk will examine two major questions: What is the mind? and How can we create a healthy mind? We’ll examine the interactions among the mind, the brain, and human relationships and explore ways to create a healthy mind, an integrated brain, and mindful, empathic relationships. Here is one surprising finding: the vast majority (about 95%) of mental health practitioners around the globe, and even many scientists and philosophers focusing on the mind, do not have a definition of what the mind is! In this talk, well offer a working definition of the mind and practical implications for how to perceive and strengthen the mind itself—a learnable skill called mindsight. Then well build on this perspective to explore ways that the mind, the brain, and our relationships are influenced by digital information flow and also how they can be moved toward healthy functioning.
Presented by Daniel J. Siegel, M.D.
Duration : 1:2:52