Woody talks about misunderstandings, ambiguity, and the simplicity of communication when you take a moment to understand another person's perspective.In the second half of the show, Woody talks about his time in the military, the impact of history, and the English and Western experience of time. He also discusses identity and what a "real Indian" looks like.
At the End of the Road
Phyllis Sinclair · Dreams of the Washerwomen
Tim ein a Bottle
Jim Croce · You Don't Mess Around with Jim