Episode 127: TEARS

Episode 127: TEARS

If you cry unexpectedly while looking at art, or reading or watching TV, what do those tears mean? Do they indicated buried longings, fears, or loves? Katy and Tiffany discuss.

  • Enya’s May It Be performed by Celtic Woman
  • Katy’s article Along the Shore about the heavy conversation had with her father on the beach.

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Caravaggio’s Bacchus

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Schiele’s Death and the Maiden

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