A Remarkable Message From A Remarkable Woman.

Via on Mar 23, 2011
photo courtesy of SJ Hill

This is an unbelievable speech by perhaps the most successful author on the planet.

In her address to the graduating class of Harvard, J.K. Rowling speaks eloquently of global responsibility, perseverance, and compassion. Enjoy and please share.

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About Benjamin Riggs

Ben Riggs is the director of the Refuge Meditation Group in Shreveport, LA. Ben writes extensively about Buddhist & Christian spirituality for The Good Men Project, Elephant Journal, and The Web of Enlightenment. To keep up with all of his work follow him on Facebook or Twitter. Looking for a real bio? Click here to read my story....

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2 Responses to “A Remarkable Message From A Remarkable Woman.”

  1. Blake Corder says:

    Amazing speech. Thanks for sharing!

  2. […] I decided not to intern for elephant journal because I don’t like being told what to do. […]

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