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Published on Dec 23, 2008
The second segment (includes the performance piece) of a talk/performance that attempts to relate the common Good Heart of otherwise very different communities; a small relatively conservative and traditional southern boarding school over a century old, and a large radically and liberally creative temporary gathering. The performance is full of personal metaphor, but hopefully alludes to the beauties of chaos and organization, the desire for acceptance, the need to express, the necessity of sacrifice, and the hope for the permanent existence of Good essence/soul - whatever it may be. I'm not sure how this is reflected in the depiction of human art cars flitting about a pagan Jesus until he commits seppuku and transforms into young Krishna who plays a Jethro Tull song about hypocrisy, but that's what it is.