What Are You Doing with Your One Wild and Precious Life?

Writer Nick Hornby (High Fidelity, About A Boy) and musician Ben Folds collaborate with online artists Pomplamoose for a provocative meditation about how we think about life. 

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Jim McDermott, SJ

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Pearce Shea
7 years 4 months ago
Not to be snarky, but how was that provocative and not just interesting (Nick Hornby) and the usual fee stuff we get from Ben Folds and Pomplamoose?

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