Levels of Work: with a focus on the so-called higher (more refined) and unseen work, including that by seekers, guides in training, teachers, directors of orderings, and those beyond. An mp3 of 42:08.
The use of words in real work: This first includes extended comments on the work in general, how people who really know work, some considerations in dealing with people, and more; and then, secondly, specifically some of what Inayat Khan brought through; and touch on topics such as the use of words, their sources, instructions those speakers/workers leave, what is original, attitudes and approaches, changing words even if instructed in general not to do so, statements by Inayat Khan, some interpretations and misconceptions people have, and more.
These commentaries focus primarily on aspects of work done by "teachers" or guides. While the stories are more inclusive, the central point is to show some of the many ways the people who really know act and deal with others. This section starts with an introduction to work in general - with an emphasis on the so-called Unseen work, and then another prelude to the actual stories and commentaries. Following those the stories will be read and commented upon. These are preceded by a talk on the use of teaching stories. There are at this time 32 examples).