These days, the musician is “just trying to be as honest as possible,” she tells me. “Everything doesn’t have to be cerebral and over-intellectualized for it to be emotionally valuable.”
We applied our muzzy intellects to a theory of light. That all are born radiating light but that this light diminished slowly (if one was lucky) or abruptly (if one was not). The most charismatic people—the poets, the mystics, the explorers—were that way because they had somehow managed to keep a bit of this light that was meant to have dimmed.