Tuesday, May 28, 2013

Spoken Words & Insight Dialogue

     "Everything becomes a little different as soon as it is spoken out loud."      Herman Hesse

     That quote is highly relevant to Insight Dialogue (ID). I heard it on the latter half of this exceptional CBC radio show - Tapestry, Season 18: Episode 36 - well worth a listen:
     "Several months before the death of Douglas Campbell, actor R.H. Thomson recorded Campbell reciting the poetry of William Blake. For Thomson it was a way to express his love for Blake and for Campbell. He plays a selection of those recordings, to show why Campbell's voice was unique, and why poetry must be spoken aloud to achieve its true power. This is a stunning radio documentary prepared for Tapestry by Frank Faulk."

Buddha in a Seattle mall

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