George Carlin, on Nature.

Via on Jul 18, 2011

George Carlin vs. Apathy.

The secret to happiness is: Do what you love. Do it well. And, if people recognize you for it, even it’s one person, you’ve done your job.

People think Nature is outside of them. They don’t take in the idea they are part of it.

– George Carlin

I’ve had my disagreements with George Carlin before, but god bless ‘im. I don’t love the first paragraph above—but the next two are spot on, hey?

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2 Responses to “George Carlin, on Nature.”

  1. libbi says:

    rock on George!

  2. […] had grown so accustomed to using foul language around my peers, to see that as a badge of honor showing how liberated I was, that I felt jarred by […]

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