Carl Jung was a psychiatrist who founded analytical psychology. Alan Watts was a philosopher of spirituality. Despite their differences the two shared some common ground. In the video above, Watts reads a speech originally given by Jung to a clergy group about acceptance, forgiveness, and self-awareness (a summary of the speech can be found in the Open Culture article below.) In today's world rife with civil war and unrest, is there some truth to be found in these words spoken over 60 years ago?