Commencement speeches usually aren’t particularly moving, and tend to be full of platitudes and empty, meaningless promises for one’s future. But, as with most things Steve Jobs has done with his life, this one breaks the mold. Both inspiring and insightful, it teaches us to connect the dots in our lives, and to see the things we’d sometimes rather forget in a different light: not as events that might come back to haunt us, but to inspire us instead. It doesn’t hurt that he waxes philosophical on how he learned about typography and its applications when he was designing the first Macintosh computer.
Steve Jobs: How to Live Before You Die
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