Greenlights is a surprisingly good book, and Matthew McConaughey is as quotable as the Dalai Lama. I’ve read way too much, especially long-form journalism during the pandemic. This book stood out. In a recent NYT interview, McConaughey concisely unveils a common-sense approach to living curated over a lifetime of diversified experiences: Link

“Responsibility, I would argue, this would be an equation I have: Generosity breeds gratitude, then gratitude breeds responsibility, which then breeds freedom, because the more things you are responsible for the more meaning you have in your life. That then sends you into the world with an identity. You’re about something.”