Women and Wild Animals - Author Notes Part IIIPosted November 04 2012
Although I began to put this together in 1983 I recorded the stories with Steve Gorn in the early 1990's in Boulder, Colorado for NorthWord,My father had died a few years before and the last tale, a true story is about his death and four herons.
I continue to tell the stories, going deeper hopefully in my capacity to bring them to life without manipulating them (my attempt). They feel more relevent today then twenty years ago. Beside a good story never getting old; they are always fresh when they are brought out, released, and shared. But, our need to be reminded of our interdependence with the natural world, our abiding presence as connection - wilderness of our own heart.. is vital to our ability to live on this earth and to lessen the increasing propulsion of violence and greed that are destroying the world.
One pathway to access that place in ourselves... that is not a place at all, but the open receptivity of direct engagement with our being that is all ready interwoven, part of - is through deep listening to such rich tales. My ever apprecation for your willingness to listen. And for having the good fortune to be a storyteller. Open your animal eyes and ears.. Tell the stories to someone else. laura
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