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Susan Cain, longing and serendipity

Serendipity. Such an exciting word. Only days ago, I saw a first email from TED to recommend this talk by Susan Cain, from 2019, called ‘The hidden power of sad songs and rainy days.’ The ex-lawyer, turned writer looked familiar (she should be, I love her earlier talk on introverts!) And then I got an email from Brené Brown who said she’d interviewed her, and then Tim Ferriss. By the third notice, I decided to watch the talk (saving me time, 20 min vs 2h commitment) and boy was that a well spent 20 minutes.

Do yourself a favour, listen, watch and read anything with Susan Cain, so you too can explore how experiencing both the beauty and the sorrow in life can be our greatest superpower and how melancholy makes us whole. Read more at the New York Times

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