Have you forgotten who you really are?
Review lecture by Jon Schau
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After many requests, Jon once again comes to the Literature House in Oslo.
In the fall of 2018, Jon Schau was sent around on a Norwegian tour of the TV campaign. His mission was to talk about the underlying of "Less Alone Together". Why, what, who ...
He has long worked on something he calls "regaining our ability to be together," because he sees many signs that we have lost that ability. We think we are together, but are really alone next to each other.
It's about something Jon Schau commissioned when he made a small film with Per Fugelli a few years ago, produced by NRK. Is it that we are born as a unique someone, but grow up to become a blurred something? A lot of evidence suggests that.
What would you do differently if you were allowed to live again? Studies show that over 9 out of 10 dying people regret never being themselves. So it is very common to die with the feeling that one has not been here. Don't be here like we are.
We think we have to turn into something, and ignore the one we were born with.
Have we become the horses competing to be named "best reindeer"?
A Bergen politician came after the lecture and said, "These are the most changing 45 minutes of my life."
Jon Schau was also contacted by a former minister after another of the lectures. He said, "This is sooo good, and sooo important. You MUST travel all over Norway and talk about this! ”
And now he's on!
After many fully sold houses around the country he returns to the Literature House in Oslo.
Provided with a wonderful combination of humor and seriousness, Jon Schau will give you thoughtful perspectives on who you are. Why we are deceived into thinking that we should rather be something else. And how to find the way out of the blind track we have rooted into.