Do we humans have free will?
Can we really choose to act?
Do our choices matter eventually?
Is there an easy-to-understand answer to these questions?
I delve into these questions in this short and meaningful episode via a quote that, for me, defines the legacy of Albus Dumbledore in the Harry Potter movies.
I also take the example of an interview that Harsha Bhogle did on Sachin Tendulkar a while back.
I think this is a very moving intersection of two seemingly dissimilar topics to drive home a point about free will that I find to be very important in our day and age.
Do I do all of this any justice?
Only one way to find out.
I’ll see you in the playground.
Until next time.
|00:00||Dumbledore & the magical quote|
|00:35||Where can we be better than animals?|
|02:03||Harsha Bhogle on Sachin Tendulkar|
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