Rare solo flight with Jasun for The Liminalist, on corona panic, thrift store politics, and the unbearable lightness of being human.
Part One: Imagining the Audience (0 – 24 mins)
On being anal, keeping up the podcast, a hub for spreading the corona virus, the smartification of humanity, a prison for God, the human heart, the heaviest object, optimism against the odds, an unusual star, how to podcast alone, a thread in the labyrinth, a future audience, the effects of what we do, what we eat, what makes it to eternity, altercation with a customer, a Clint Eastwood fan, when Lee Marvin sang.
Part Two: All of Heaven’s Horses (24 – 47 mins)
Second altercation with customer, the ripple-down effects of the virus, combatting the virus locally, why I talk about my wife, scapegoating corona victims, the pressure of uncertainty, liminal times, mimetic violence, the man with four jackets, dealing responsibly without panicking, the dark & the light, a part of contaminated humanity, evidence for the goodness, when Icarus crashed, when the cells light up, overthrowing the fascia system.
Part Three: Landing in Eternity (47 mins – end)
A small pocket of humanity, how the audience creates the output, the spirit that’s undivided, the crossroads of the crucifixion, the miracle of surrender, a fractured lens, beauty of the bees, a unique capacity not to be ourselves, seeing the beauty of humans, the island in Finland, when passion proliferates, testifying to the positive, the solution that isn’t a formula, how God moves, a calm system, a loved other, life the story, waiting for the miracle, riding the radio wave.