Too bad that Pixar didn't also have us meet "Trust"
But according to a book I'm currently reading by anthropologist Mary Catherine Bateson, one of our most important human emotions is trust. I wish that Pixar had introduced us to "Trust" as well.
PS: And speaking of books (Don't you just love to read!), I'd like to recommend one. Along with all the usual murder mysteries that I love such as "Last of the Independents" and "As the Chimney Sweepers Come to Dust," my summer reading also includes a book called "Chief Complaint: A Country Doctor's Tales of Life in Galilee".
is of me and Ghost back in 1963, back when I still had a little bit of
trust left |
(as much trust as a Beatnik could have that is -- after Hiroshima, HUAC and the beginnings of Vietnam where my neighbor's son was an "adviser" even back then)