Another the man done gone

Garrison Keillor, a singular man of letters we as citizens were blessed to know. In this time of rampant change and lose footing, he was able, using only his voice, to take us back to a time that seems far away and yet resources where it matters, in our hearts and minds. If you ever saw him tell his stories it seemed as though he was transfixed, a conduit of memory and love sorely lacking in our time.

We always seem to return

Take a hike: How walking doubles your creativity
http://www.particlenews.com/n/02sfVWU4
The more we study and develop fancy, non intuitive ways to be creative, develop thinking, etc. it seems we tend to the returning to simple, basic essentials when all is said and done.

BBC – Earth – What lyrebirds think of Attenborough

http://www.bbc.com/earth/story/20160505-what-lyrebirds-think-of-attenborough
From The Great Escape all the way through the Life and Earth series, he did his best to show us worlds rarely accessible. He always knew what to say and when but more importantly he knew to be silent. His calm, soothing voice is iconic in the world of nature shows.