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June 24, 2021



Very good one...timely as we are going through pandemic and reflecting what's next👍😀

One who gave the book 😊

Really great reflection


Wow!! So much wisdom and truth in a short excerpt. Be it about parenting, or just having great values in life that benefits others around you. Thanks for bringing this back to our attention. Will watch with family over the weekend. Amazing how much clarity he had in all his statements. Was hard to watch without having tears in my eyes. One thing that stuck me was the comment of we can choose to be Tigger or Eyore. Simple but profound truth!


".... it’s about how to lead your life…If you lead your life the right way, the karma will take care of itself, the dreams will come to you.”



Life is hardly about dreams anyway; they are just an incidental happening.

On a subtler note, life is about coming free of dreams.... or call it ambitions.

Young and Restless

The wisdom I would try and impart - live your life with no regrets. That’s not to say that we’ll always make the right decision. Coz we won’t. We will continue to make mistakes. But regardless of the decisions we make, we must learn to live a life without regrets. If it was a wrong decision, we learn from it, make sure we won’t make the same mistakes again and move on. I’ve made a lot of stupid mistakes in my life thus far, but none that made me regret. Definitely made me learn but none that I’ve regretted. ☺️

Thank You from Taipei

So encouraging...

Fr  Santosh

Thank you Anand for this beautiful reflection. I read the article at Wall Street Journal about the book, in 2005 or so, then watched the whole video, and had read the book. It is one of my favorites.🙏


Very touching and inspiring.

BQN Original

Very nice. A recharge i needed today


Very inspiring uplifting!!

Shardamandir  friend

Excellent reading! We have short term memory and then we are back to our old normal.


Another poignant example of goodness in the great American spirit. Thanks, Anand, for bringing back this video that I had watched back in the year it was made. Even more relevant that at the time we had just visited Disneyland's California Adventure and watched the live Alladin show multiple times cuz it was so good, not knowing the magic carpet in the live show was made possible by the genius of Randy Pausch.
Towards the end of the video, Mr. Pausch was trying hard to hold back his years. How could we the audience not do the same?!
People vs things: remember, they're just things...




The idea of karma is thousands of years old, and simply put is that what we do and put out into the world comes back to us. Should you let the idea of karma guide your actions? You bet. Thanks, Anand.

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