Tuesday, March 22, 2011

A TED talk I loved

In my blog entries on this year's TEDActive, I commented on a lot of the talks I saw. From time to time, though, I may point out a few that I think are particularly worthy of your attention.

The presentation below is one of them.

It's not about social change or bettering the world. It's not from a world leader or a Nobel Laureate. It's not a call to action.

What it is is a wonderful presentation from a young spoken-word poet, Sarah Kay, who blew away the TED audiences and earned multiple standing ovations. Sometimes nothing more complicated than a person telling stories, in poetry or prose or whatever, is the most powerful and perfect thing in the world.

I hope you enjoy her work and her talk as much as I did.

1 comment:

Ticia said...

Wow. Thank you for sharing.


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