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Do you ever find yourself a little mumblemouthed? Or do you go to the dictionary to look up a word, only to get sidetracked when other, more interesting words catch your eye? If so, you share Phil Cousineau's dynamic relationship with words. For him they're playthings, enchantresses, magical sounds that can stir your heart, and mementos that tell fascinating stories about the lives of the ancestors who created them. The way we use them has more power than we may realize. As Mr. Cousineau tells us, "Words matter. They're combustible. They can convey love. They can convey political struggles. Do we call what's happening in the Middle East, 'building settlements,' or do we say, 'housing construction'? It's combustible, the words that we choose." You'll love his stories of the long journeys his favorite words have taken to find their way into our lives, and the provocative nuances hidden in the origins of others. You'll even find clues to how you can stop procrastinating, and finally finish that novel you've been working on, if only you can find the words. (hosted by Michael Toms)
Phil Cousineau is a freelance writer, filmmaker, photographer, art and literary tour leader, teacher of creativity, a lifelong lover of the night, and an all around Renaissance man. He’s published over 30 books and has over 25 documentary film writing credits. He is also host and co-writer of Global Spirit, a nationally broadcast television series. He's a guest host for New Dimensions Radio.
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To learn more about Phil Cousineau’s work go to www.philcousineau.net.
Host: Michael Toms Interview Date: 5/18/2010 Program Number: 3358
From Album: Music from the film, The Meaning of Tea Artists: Joel Douek & Eric Czar 1997 Quinland Road Music
Opening Essay: Track14 Wu Wei Music Break 1: Track: 03 Tea, South Dakota Music Break 2: Track: 11 Tea Ceremony Music Break 3: Track: 13 Nantou Mist
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