I'm back with another lesson from Scrubs. Last time it was all about Dr. Cox.
Don't hate- it was a great show, even that last season.
I was rewatching the eighth season finale (which most people thought was going to be the last show) aptly titled "My Finale" the other night.
A FANTASTIC monologue really spoke to me about what you do when you blog and other things in life:
JD is walking out of Sacred Heart for the last time and thinks to himself:
"I guess it's because we all want to believe that what we do is very important, that people hang on to our every word, that they care what we think. The truth is, you should consider yourself lucky if you even occasionally get to make someone - anyone - feel a little better. After that, it's all about the people that you've let into your life."
Granted this is not about YOU making someone feel better per se, but rather just impacting or having any meaningful connection would be nice. But that first sentence is horrifically true isn't it? We all just want to be heard. But even more, we want to feel that what we are saying MATTERS. Otherwise, why are you bothering putting it down. Finding pictures to go with it.
- Bill Lawrence Dishes on 'Scrubs' Season 9 Spoilers (buddytv.com)
- Twitter and the Power of Giving People a Voice (gigaom.com)
- Googling and Tweeting Curious George (themoderatevoice.com)
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