i haven't read anything this brilliant in a long, long time. an ingenius and unique idea, excellent execution, and an article that takes its time to present its thoughts. yes, the article is long. and some of what is shared could be done a more succint format. but that would quite innappropriate in some sense, considering the subject.
i had tears in my eyes at the end. i won't say why unless you ask me (in person or via firstname.lastname@example.org). i know it breaks blog culture to have posts that are too long. so not many will likely read this. but it's well worth the time.
and...i almost missed it...but there's actually a link at the top where you can listen to the entire 44 minute performance.
(thanks to www.ysmarko.com for posting about this)
and (final addition...i promise)...i hope you'll post your response/thoughts/reflections even if you don't usually. you don't have to be registered or anything. i think this requires some communal reflection.