Tuesday, 21 February 2012
What do you see? What do you hear?If you play close attention to anything, animal, vegetable or mineral, in time it will disclose some secret wisdom to you that you are obligated to share with others. I have become fascinated by the insights that "things" can impart to us and this story continues the journey with "Things Found" that I am also documenting on my blog.
Here is a story about a man who knew all that he knew because of what the sea brought to him, and he had an unusual way of sharing it.
As usual, here is a direct link to the Mp3 for this week's episode. You can also listen using the flash player above or subscribe to the feed or listen on iTunes. You can also pop over to Magnatune to hear the full album from which this week's background music is taken: "Water and Sky" by Kourosh Dini - beautiful!
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Wishing you sweet dreams as always ....
Posted by Seymour Jacklin at 07:52
Monday, 6 February 2012
Well, I wasn't actually "fighting lions" but some pretty crazy stuff kicked off last time I was in Rome. I suppose it had more to do with a wolf than a lion...
I hope that you enjoy Episode 24. For the old-fashioned, here is the direct link (right click to download onto your hard drive) or you may be able to use the player on the screen. For the new-fashioned, here's the feed and here's the iTunes link.
The soundtrack for this week's podcast is from Magnatune as usual and the album is called "The Lost Mode". Regular listeners, see if you notice, producer Tim has found a way to make the voice recording even cleaner.
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Until next week ... sweet dreams!
Posted by Seymour Jacklin at 23:59