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That’s it. It’s those grouse dancing on the sage ﬂats, even in the rain, crazy with desire, their pumping breasts creating the sound of water. It’s eros, it’s love, that nurtures and feeds our soul. We’re so serious. We’re so earnest. We forget, fear, and mistrust our own trickster energy because people don’t have time to listen, to notice when we are playing, when we are provoking. Where are our clowns? Where are the Koshare of our tribes? ” Through play we develop relations and see each other whole.
It’s almost like being inside a piece of music, moving up the scale, the pitch gets higher and higher and more intense, more intense. My mother’s death was one of the most sensual, sexual, erotic encounters I have ever had. I don’t know why that should have surprised me. It is that immediacy of life, even in death. That experience changed everything for me. dj: What did you do . . ttw: After Mother died, our family stayed with her body. Her spirit was very much present in that room. We all felt the peace of that moment, as well as the loss.
32 Wild Heart jt: ttw: jt: ttw: jt: ttw: jt: ttw: on oppression, but power derived from an authentic life, from a life in balance, from a life of beauty, awe, integrity, compassion, empathy, then how can we know liberty? How can we know the truth of our souls? How can we know other? And that is something that you don’t have to have an education to do, you don’t have to have money to do—it’s a quality that you’re talking about, a quality that’s available to all of us. Yes. And I think this is the unspoken hunger.