Sunday, April 19, 2015

A Nobel Peace Prize winner talks about the power of anger

In an earlier post from TEDActive, I praised the talk of Nobel Peace Prize recipient Kailash Satyarthi.  Though Satyarthi is not the most dynamic presenter, I found his talk powerful and moving.  Predictably, his pitch that you can use your anger to accomplish great things resonated with me.  Now, you can see the talk.  To steal a phrase from TED, it's worth watching.

I hope you find it interesting and rewarding.


Rosanne said...

I used my anger at things being said in the adult Sunday school class to sign up for training to begin helping HIV and AIDS affected families and children at Duke Children's Hospital. ( I left that church.) I have other places I have helped or where I am helping, but I think my anger has just lead to doing ordinary things, not great things.

Mark said...

I think that's true for most of us, but if it led you to do good things, that's a win.


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