Colleges are opening up in a variety of ways but the universal constant is that there are classes that everyone just has to get through. And you will. This week on the podcast I embrace that spirit with a meditation that survives from my own college days. If you don't pick it up from the context of the piece, I did not enjoy - nor do terribly well - at Chemistry. It's just never been my subject. Thus was born "Existential Chemistry."
Another brief anecdote, I shared this with a friend years ago, and as the story goes it was printed out and posted in the halls of a certain college's Chemistry building. If you've seen "Existential Chemistry" in the wilds of your college, let me know!
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