Alan Watts was a great man. A truly brilliant teacher. This is really inspirational, but it always leads me to think of the next logical step, which is that if we all only did what we wanted to do, who would be there to take haul away the trash and bury the bodies of the dead? I do like this speech, though, on the level of making you think: What is REALLY the point of making sure we earn enough money? I mean, you need a roof over your head and food, but isn’t that kind of all I need? Do people really need to commute for 2 hours a day and do heartless and soulless work for some green pieces of paper with a pyramid on them? Seems stupid and a waste of valuable time that’s slipping away.