Monthly Art #38

This is a monthly “newsletter”, containing a list of what I enjoyed the most last month. Whether it was a full length movie, short film, music album, book or even a painting.

What I am watching

  • Wild Wild Country (2018)

I had mixed feelings about this one. Love, joy, meditation is intertwined with obsession, distrust, and betrayal. It looks like people had a great time in the 70s, but when the thing got out of control, the government intervened and shut it down effectively. The amazing thing is that the teachings of Osho is still there and there are many followers. Even in some small cities in Russia!

  • Wikipedia
  • IMDb

  • The biggest corruption scandal in Latin America’s history

“there is enough for everybody’s need, but not for everybody’s greed” - Mahatma Gandhi

  • Conan O’Brien Delivers Dartmouth’s Commencement Address

I thought commencement speeches are all about sharing profound life lessons. But Conan not only does this, but he also cracks jokes and tells funny stories. Definitely something new!

  • What if you could trade a paperclip for a house? | Kyle MacDonald | TEDxVienna

What I am reading

“Compounding is magic. Look for it everywhere. Exponential curves are the key to wealth generation.”

So long