|Topic:||Re:Thnk you for whispering|
|Posted by:||John Grinder and Carmen Bostic St. Clair|
When I (JG) lived in a small Wadogo village, Tongoni in Tanzania in 1970, I witnessed a mixed Muslim/nativistic burial ceremony in which there were explosive and astonishing (to this naive American anyway) expressions of grief and mourning - people rending their garments, tearing their hair out, wailing...
It was the first time that it occurred to me that excellence in griefing and mourning was an option. The point of a high performance state is not the content but the full and complete commitment of resources to the expression.
All the best in your journey,
|Topic||Date Posted||Posted By|
|Thnk you for whispering||03/10/2002 01:42:30||Sabine|
|Re:Thnk you for whispering||03/10/2002 02:23:24||Robert Holzhauser|
|Re:Thnk you for whispering||03/10/2002 14:37:04||Jim R|
|Re:Re:Thnk you for whispering||03/10/2002 18:28:40||Pam|
|Re:Re:Re:Thnk you for whispering||03/10/2002 20:09:20||John Grinder|
|Re:Re:Re:Re:Thnk you for whispering||03/10/2002 22:12:49||Pam|
|Re:Thnk you for whispering||03/10/2002 17:55:24||John Grinder and Carmen Bostic St. Clair|
|Re:Re:Thank you for whispering||05/10/2002 00:05:27||Sabine|