Elmo, the Wright Brothers and perfection
October 13, 2010

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Josie : June 09, 2011 11:09 pm
I love that he talks about laughter. Although most people know in their mind that laughter is a good thing, it can be forgotten so easily when people are trying to figure out what they want in their life. Laughter is truly marvelous.
Kevin : March 29, 2011 08:13 pm
I have to fully agree with Bruce, I think that some things are just perfect and literally no changes will enhance them. I studied film in college so obviously I am a lover of that art form and I very strongly feel that some films are perfect, however I think that it isn't that they were made in a way that is perfect, in our minds they have become perfect that way many paintings have come to be considered perfect.
Talia : December 12, 2010 07:18 pm
I love toys! i think that technology is marvelous talia age 9
Abby Alpert : November 19, 2010 04:59 am
Laughter is one of our greatest gifts during difficult times. I don't know how I would live without it. Sharing laughter is the absolute best!
Mattlatl : November 05, 2010 07:09 am
Favorite toy from childhood: a set of wooden blocks. Infinite possibilities.
Rob Pene : November 03, 2010 11:01 pm
Great insight!!!! Aspire to do the best you can with the gifts you were given...why aspire to less than that? Insightful and True! Thanks for giving your marvelous talent to the world Bruce!
Kara Carrell : November 03, 2010 10:00 pm
i absolutely love this video, there is something so whimsical about how a toy can draw inspiration in the soul of a human... and in the same light, how human inspiration can create such innovative, tangible things for us to share with eachother..
Michael Hoffman : November 02, 2010 05:08 pm
I like what he said about nature and its perfection. I think one of the problems I have with so many plastic toys is that they lack the connection to nature. My house is full of plastic crap and what's wonderful to me is when my kids are playing with sticks in the yard, or building a fort from bedding. The imagination is the wonderful thing.
Rachel Pikelny : November 02, 2010 12:18 am
Frank Lloyd Wright played with blocks and became an architect.... So, if toys can help shape a child's calling, are parents responsible for offering their kids toys that leave the opportunity door open? Should kids' toys be non-gender specific, so as to foster an open pursuit of calling, unrestricted by society's expectations of males vs. females?
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