Sunday, November 23, 2014

"What Should We Think About Death?" by Stephen Fry

Last month, we listened to Stephen Fry, English comedian, actor, writer and activist, provide the humanist perspective to finding happiness and discovering the truth. In the following animated video, Fry expresses his doubts about an afterlife and encourages us to accept death as a natural part of life and make the most of the one life we know we have. Watch:


Michael J. Mand said...

That's exactly how I feel about clementines which used to special because they were only available for four months every year. Once they discovered a way to import them all year round, those four months were no longer special. Actually, I don't really think you can make the comparison - death and clementines have very little in common - but I always look for a good opportuninty to complain.

Jeff Tone said...

As long as you're on this completely irrelevant topic, let me say that I like the fact that one can enjoy clementines year round. I like it as much as I like extended holiday weekends.