Quiet on the set

If the scene is nothing, and the production crew is no one, then hire the director, actor, writer, lighting team and cinematographer.

Demand action and hope the straw dogs provide some kind of crazy to bounce off of.

Can you give them lines by offering lines?

Act one, scene one, take two.

“This moment is all there is.” Thank you Rumi. Back to the trailer you go.

“I rub my chin at the appointed hour.” Thank you Jed McKenna. Now back to the trailer and onto the shelf.

“. . . the now moment deals only with the real, the actual, and the practical.” Thank you Bernadette Roberts. Back to the shelf trailer.

What is my transcendence program, John C. Lilly?

Quiet on the set.

Begin the begin.

One yellow brick at a time.