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Tapestry | Oct 4, 2013 | 53:58

Letting Go with Miriam Katin and Gretta Vosper

The British doctor Havelock Ellis had a theory: "All the art of living," the doctor said, "lies in a fine mingling of letting go - and holding on." This week's show is about the first part of the art of living: letting go.

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