“Where we cannot go in our mind, our memory, or our body is where we cannot be straight with another, our world, or our self.” David Whyte

Are you feeling brave enough to spend 10 minutes with human grief? From the Vimeo site: “Mark Pellington’s new film project, Honesty, is inspired by poet David Whyte’s liberating essay of the same name. Dealing with loss, powerlessness and fear, the work is more akin to a performance art piece, with 32 individuals invited to participate in an emotional purge and emancipation of grief.” It is one of the most beautiful, poignant and original 10 minutes we have spent in a long time – connecting to the stillness inherent in human vulnerability.

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This Daily Stillness has been recycled from previously published ones:

#tds204 Honesty for empathy (Jan 20, 2016)
#tds490 Honesty for empathy (Nov 1, 2016)

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