Tag Archives: Joseph Campbell

Early Beginnings: Dream Work

In the Introduction to the book The Power of Myth, the late journalist Bill Moyers explains what he got from his many conversations with Joseph Campbell about the impact of myth and story on the human psyche. At one point … Continue reading

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Back To The Wild Thing and A Little Bird

  Although my last blog looked to be a departure from the things I have been writing about (Wild Thing), it really wasn’t. Go back and reread the words to that old folk song that introduces the previous article. The … Continue reading

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In Other’s Words

The material for this book was collected from nature at great personal risk by the author. (Helen Rowland) I have a hobby. I collect quotes. Being a veracious reader, I have a tendency to underline meaningful statements in the books … Continue reading

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