New York Times columnist David Brooks is an international treasure as far as I’m concerned. His analysis of the human condition and world that surrounds us is one that I hold above most others. Earlier this spring Brooks gave one of the most terrific TED Talks I have ever seen, and you can watch it here: “David Brooks On Love, Politics, And The Soul Of The Social Animal”. Last night I was riveted by the following conversation Brooks had recently with Charlie Rose where he shares his thoughts on (among many items): the events of 2011, Obama’s weakness (dreams) and strength (policy), Liberalism vs. Republicanism, trust and fairness in American history, and a column series he started recently where he asks his readers who are 70+ to submit their pearls of wisdom on how to live a great life. I couldn’t stop watching this the second I started. Amazingness. Also, to enter David’s archive at The New York Times CLICK HERE.
TO WATCH CHARLIE ROSE’S INTERVIEW WITH DAVID BROOKS CLICK HERE (AND CLICK ON DAVID’S IMAGE TO START THE VIDEO PLAYER).
Source: Charlie Rose
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