Re: Not-doing LO1183

Tobin Quereau (
Sat, 13 May 1995 00:08:13 -0500 (CDT)

Replying to LO1174 --

Thanks, Barry, for the beautiful and moving verses. I would love to know
from whence they come. Will you share the author with us?

As to your question about the role of "resonance of comprehension", I am
tempted to say that it _is_ learning and understanding, and the best
outcome of storytelling....

Tobin Quereau

On 12 May 1995, Barry Mallis wrote:

> Inside Great Mystery that is,
> we don't really own anything.
> What is this competition we feel then,
> before we go, one at a time, through the same gate?
> Or...
> Do you think I know what I am doing?
> that for one breath or half-breath I belong to myself?
> As much as a pen knows what it's writing,
> or the ball can guess where it's going next.
> What role does the 'resonance of comprehension' play in learning,
> understanding and telling stories?