Alan Watts, the philosopher of the 60s and 70s explains, in a short and beautiful way, what you can become or what you can do if money were no object.
But even more importantly how to live life with freedom from the constraints that society places on us.
Watts, who died in 1973, helped explain Eastern philosophy and approaches to life and being in a way that Westerners like me can understand.
His work endures today in his writings and videos that his son, Mark Watts, has preserved and shares with the world.
Better than “The Secret” this video is perfect for people who can take 10 minute break from there life and listen to Watt’s three minute talk on the subject and the incredible meditational music played by Niraj Naik.