|The Other Side|
|Original Broadcast Date|
|Joe Frank, Larry Block, Debi Mae West, David Rapkin, Jack Kornfield|
|Karma Style, 1 hour|
|Followed by:||Men Of The Cloth|
"I stepped into a gob of spit on the floor of his room last night."
- Jack Kornfield: Accounts of Japanese solders left behind in WWII. Struggles of the self and being lost.
- Larry: Odd jobs - alternative payments.
- David Rapkin: arriving into a war torn town.
- Kornfield: Sitting and falling in love and an upwelling of emotions.
- Debi Mae West: Sodas are bad, relationship with a man married to get another women a green card.
- Kornfield: "A Zen master's life is a continous mistake."
- Debi: Controlling herself to keep the relationship.
- Kornfield: Awareness/mindfulness as medicine
- David: Might have choosen to be a merchant marine.
- Kornfield: Alternating stories of loving kindness and beauty with teachings of Dharma.
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Larry writes a poem about a Bonnard painting, The Terrace at Vernonnet, in this episode. You can see it here at The Met's website.