This passage gives us such a wonderful sense of what it's like to sit with someone who looks like they can see but can't actually see. The man eventually puts his hand on his wife's hair thinking it's his hat and tries to lift up her hair to put it on his head, which is how the story gets its name.
For the complete slide set of this talk, people can email me at Email address removed . I'm off to Los Angeles to start Day 2 of the Australian journey. On March 10th and 11th, I'll be in the Woodstock, NY area for a two day weekend workshop on narrative approaches to creating community through ceremony. On April 29th, I do a one week event at Kripalu Center for Health and Healing which involves Cherokee bodywork and ceremony and ritual. The details are on their website at www.kripalu.org.