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I never thought of Jim Carrey to be funny although I do like his movies. It is the high dose of melodramatic expressions and that mouth which is open a few inches more than it should be which disturbs me. Otherwise, I think he is kind of cute.
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Recently, I bumped into this video which was shared by one of my friends in Facebook. I was immediately intrigued because it said “Commencement address at Maharishi University of Management”. I should admit that I am somewhat drawn to commencement and graduation addresses. So, I opened this video and played it hoping to see what Jim Carrey had to offer for students. I have to tell you, I was surprised. In fact, it was overwhelming and I even took notes when he spoke about decisions made out of love and fear and asking universe for what we want. I thought it was much more impactful that Paulo Coelho’s Alchemist. It was B-E-A-UTIFUL!  The genuineness which reflected from every word he said and every joke he cracked is unbelievable and so unlike his movies, it gave me goose bumps.
I do believe that when you ask for something wholeheartedly, you happen to get it; sooner or later. But never forget to ask and never be afraid to ask! :)
 
 

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  1. I came across this video, but didn't see it. Will check it out in Youtube. Thanks for the reco.

    Destination Infinity

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  2. His speech was heartfelt and humorous. We cannot forget his "unique" voice.

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  3. I heard about the video but did not watch it. I am surely gonna watch the same from you tube. Thanks for the share.

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