"The opportunities which every day affords of relieving the most wretched of human beings are overlooked and neglected with equal disregard of policy and goodness." - Samuel Johnson: The Rambler No. 107.
The streets of New York are littered with losing lottery tickets, in the form of human beings. It's a constant, confronting situation for the better heeled, and one that contains all the necessary nutrients for a variety of approaches and attitudes to flourish companionably. As I was preparing this week's issue, I was inspired by a coincident that I witnessed on a downtown train. It has taken the shape of a short film script, and acts as a precursor for next Tuesday's issue. To read it, just click on the link below.
PROFIT & DELIGHT
What I'm thinking about what I'm doing. This blog aspires to a more profound definition of 'profit' and the bog-standard sense of 'delight'.
The tower beside my bed that I seriously intend to demolish. (Feb 2016)
Me & Robert McKee
by Greg McGee
Every Brilliant Thing
by Duncan MacMillan