19th-century American folk hero Wild Bill Hickok was born James Butler Hickok. At various times, he was a scout for the Army, a lawman in violent frontier towns, a professional gambler and a performer in Buffalo Bill's Wild West Show. Women thought him charismatic; he killed an attacking bear with a knife. His brother Lorenzo came to be known as Tame Bill Hickok. In contrast to Wild Bill, Tame Bill was quiet, gentle and cautious, living an uneventful life as a wagonmaster, and children loved him. Right now, I'm meditating how I'd like to see your inner Wild Bill come out to play, even as your inner Tame Bill takes some time off.