The Macintosh computer has been a family fixture since the 1980s. My kids grew up using them, and Steve Jobs was my son’s hero from the time he first clicked the keys of our old 128k Mac when he was a toddler. There was indeed sadness in our house when we heard of his passing, but we also know that he lived life to the fullest. With death as an advisor he lived fearlessly. How can it be any different for any of us?
If you haven’t heard the commencement address that Steve Jobs gave at Stanford University in 2005 in its entirety, I suggest that it’s well-worth listening to. His perspective is quite shamanic indeed! Here it is: watch?v=UF8uR6Z6KLc