3D Ideas 834: Poetry (not planes)

Claire writes: ‘I often laugh with people who come to us for training about the fact that reading TS Eliot’s Four Quartets can give more insight into a coaching approach than a stack of text books. Here is Alec Guinness reading them.

Poetry makes connections. The poet Mary Oliver died last week. What I love about poetry is that, like in great coaching, the reader (or thinker) makes their own meaning. Here is an insight from Mary Oliver which I scribbled down a long time ago on the back of a napkin.

“The man who has many answers is often found in the theaters of information where he offers, graciously, his deep findings. While the man who has only questions, to comfort himself, makes music.” ― Mary Oliver, A Thousand Mornings”

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