On this reading of his best-selling prose book, poet David Whyte shows us that our definitions of work, of management and of how an individual survives and prospers in the workplace are no longer large or generous enough for the increasingly complex and fast-moving world. Using the work of great poets such as Rainer Maria Rilke, Antonio Machado and T.S. Eliot, "The Heart Aroused" shows us that the best way to respond to the current call for creativity in organizational life is to deepen and widen both the understanding of work and of the individual soul who walks through the office door every day. (1995) Abridged. 3 CDs - running time 180 minutes.