Spinning as a practice of empathy

There is much grace of action and thought in this video of Renate Hiller:

Thanks to Jean Scorgie for directing me to the short film (4.5 minutes).

On the web page where Jean sent me to find the video, there's a lovely introduction to it by Trent Gilliss, senior editor of "On Being," along with a transcript of what Renate Hiller says in the film.


3 thoughts on “Spinning as a practice of empathy”

  1. How lovely! She makes an eloquent argument for the power of creation and making things with our own hands. And I love her spindle!

  2. So much wisdom and insight in this video!

    Thank you so much for sharing it with us!

    Truly a treasure 🙂


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