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Hello friends, A 17th century monk named Brother Lawrence wrote a series of letters that were compiled into a book "Practicing the Presence of God."
At last Tuesday's episode of "Insight Out--the Naked Truth" we focused on "The Within" We shared a story that I wrote many years ago based on the image/metaphor of a Geod. The story is called, "The Doegs" and is about a "craggy bunch of creatures who are afraid to look within, until they are forced to with surprising results.
I also shared a poem I wrote called, "The Within" Here are a few lines from the poem, but if you click on this program you'll hear the the whole poem with music along with some wonderful songs and our usual banter.
Hope you like it!
Insight Out...the Naked Truth
How powerful and important are our feelings? Beginning with his original poem, "Feelings, the Language of Relationship," Rochelle and Errol probe this all important (and sometimes all-consuming) human expression. The program also features the poem "Hope" put to music.--a very haunting and rich journey into the loss of hope and its "resurrection." Listen to this show and expereince the Striders' usual blend of thoughtful conversation, some amazing music and, of course, the Striders' unique brand of whimzy and comical perspectives.
In this episode off "Insight Out, the Naked Truth" we find our hero and heroine really stepping out into the unknown to see what's out there. With a rich variety of music and their usual combination of penetrating insights and silliness, the Striders probe the mystery. Find out what they've discovered about our universe potential.
Everything that happens is a result of an exchange. Improving the quality of those exchanges improves the quality of our lives. Please join us this next Tuesday as we probe the subject of making the exchange. I trust that your life will be richer for it.
Even better, if you have a story of an especially meaningful exchange that you've had in your life. Send it to us and we'll share it with or without your name attached--as you prefer.
Oh, and BTW, it is April Fool's day so, you can expect some "tomfoolery."