START CLOSE IN by David Whyte Start close in, don’t take the second step or the third, start with the first thing close in, the step you don’t want to take. Start with the ground you know, the pale ground beneath your feet, your own way of starting the conversation. Start with your own question, …
Bob Dylan opens the deep would of humanity that began with John Kennedy’s murder, and which now manifested is in full-blown planetary suffering. Grief runs deep in this song, and truth, deep emotional, no bullshit truth. May we be moved to do our part to heal our planet.
In many ways, Tracy Chapman understands and sings about the very real suffering of humanity. Listen in.
The life of a Type Four cat. I can relate!
Jon Snow embodies the spirit of the Four!
Joaquin Phoenix reflects the depth of compassion, insight, and caring that comes with the soul of the Four. This Academy Speech is a beautiful reflection.
Anne Lamott reflects the best of the type Four, humility, hard-earned soulful lessons, humor with the darkness, and a gentle, kind, and encouraging heart. And in the spirit of the Four she implores and encourages us to write down our story, our autobiography, that this is what life wants from us.