Wow, I am a much happier person when working out. I was looking over my blog entries from the last few years, looking for trends, and I discovered that I am TONS happier when working out regularly.
This week, I feel like I'm high on workout endorphins. It's been awhile. I almost feel drugged!
Anyway, the UN Dispatch remembers Sergio Vieiro de Mello:
Chasing the Flame blog (which shares the title of Power's book) is written by Sergio's friends, admirers, and assorted foreign policy experts. Annick Stevenson, Sergio's former spokesperson, opens the blog:
his/her neighbor, would listen to his/her views and
would try to understand them, would, more generally,
always wish to know the will of others before deciding,
would negotiate before envisaging any military reaction,
would never ever view war as the solution to any
conflict whatever the reasons may be...A world in
which war would become impossible because it
would too difficult to think of killing someone you
share so much with. This world existed. It was in
the mind of Sergio Vieira de Mello. This is how he
conceived it and lived it, as much as he could, or
at least as a matter of principle.
And here's some more happy music. Fleet Foxes is newest discovery. They have such a happy sound I can't stop listening to them. And they don't activate the music-thinking-analyzing part of my brain, which is cool.
Got any more happy music suggestions for to share?