Is this true? Or is there something to be said for the creativity of adults? Langer at Harvard might agree about the importance of the youthful mindset, if this fascinating and brilliant study of adults sent back in time is any guide.
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To be young (and old) in the wild: This Feeling
Last week, in his un-ostentacious but no bullshit way, Nicholas Kristof of the NYTimes wrote a great column on the joys of being on the PCT. I'm not going to quote it, because it's hard to know which bit to choose, but encourage you all to take a look. Today, in a similar vein, butContinue reading “To be young (and old) in the wild: This Feeling”
Youth and likability: Tennessee Williams
As you get to know people, if you come to like them, they begin to seem younger to you. To me Tennessee Williams will always be about twenty-seven, on the cusp. [from his great, great story Two on a Party]