The edge of brilliance
This is one of those rare journeys into a maze of uncomfortable treasures. Forget the predictable and expected direction you think you are following. Listen closely and you will get lost. That’s the beauty of letting go and trusting the narrator. He is introducing a magical world as you walk thru the mind of a genius, who is all too aware of the danger he faces within his own brilliant universe. I needed to get lost by a story. I needed an escape. Recovering from surgery, I was recommended this podcast. I wasn’t aware there could be such tenderness in the exploration of a darkly racist region of the south. This is a richly faceted gemstone hidden under a rock. That’s how it feels. I want to honor the mystery by not going any further. It was a perfect mix of all the sounds you need to listen to the harmony of someone else’s soul.
goldinhands56th via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 10/10/20
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