|The Other Side (Series)|
|Original Broadcast Date|
|Joe Frank, Larry Block, Debi Mae West, Milton Schindler, Jack Kornfield|
|Karma Style, 1 hour|
|Preceded by:||Sunday Morning Service|
|Followed by:||At The Dark End Of The Bar (Remix)|
"I was at rehearsal and everything was going along pretty well."
- Larry arguing with his director and playwright, then realizing they were right.
- Larry, despondent about his family, reads 2 of his poems.
- Larry describes watching cars being unloaded from a train. He fantasizes of being one of those guys.
- We hear from other Joe Franks across the country.
- A guy recites Psalm 23 and talks about his spiritual views.
- Jack Kornfield on betrayal, disappointment, dukkah, "a cage for our heart", tells a catholic joke.
- Debi Mae West tells a horrific Internet story about a woman and a lobster.
- Larry: mixing stiffer and stiffer drinks.
- Jack: "be with what is so"; great buddha story.
- Debi: a guy she knows who's addicted to women.
- More Joe Franks.
- More of Jack's reflections.
- Larry: looking for peace in a church and not finding it.
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Nothing not to like about this one (except that we don't hear from Joe himself). Great Karma style.