From NY Times: There’s some­thing sad in Brian Williams’s need to puff up his Iraq adven­tures and some­thing barbaric in the public response. The sad part is the reminder that no matter how high you go in life and no matter how many acco­lades you win, it’s never enough. The desire for even more admi­ra­tion races ahead. Career success never really satis­fies. Public love always leaves you hungry. Even very famous people can do self-destruc­tive things in an attempt to seem just a little cooler. · Go to David Brooks: The act of rigorous forgiving →