Karma (Part 2)
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|The Other Side|
|Original Broadcast Date|
|April 23, 2000|
|Joe Frank, Larry Block, Jack Kornfield|
|Karma Style, 58 minutes|
|Preceded by:||Karma (Part 1)|
|Followed by:||Karma (Part 3)|
"What I'm doing is drinking tequila with a little lemon and salt."
- Larry Block: tequila with salt and lemon. Getting drunk and eating.
- Joe: imagining paralysis while watching Kate dance coincident with her dancing alone.
- Jack Kornfield: A Burmese monk decides to immolate himself because of relationship trouble.
- Larry: A poem about dying fish at a market. Joe suggests asphyxiating the fish monger. Pushing a fisherman into the sea.
- Joe: Kate dreams of Joe as a fish.
- Kornfield: A monk in an aquarium.
- Larry: A poem: "your poet only." Non-competitive love and screen-plays. A collaborative dialog writing by email.
- Kornfield: Leading a meditation after a fight with his girlfriend.
- Joe: Kate and finances. Kate gets a starring role in a film.
- Kornfield: a disciple invites damnation by sharing a sacred mantra with everyone.
- Larry: Trading scenes by email for "Love throughout the ages," a flip play set in a hotel room.
- Kornfield: examination by observing oranges
- Joe: Trying desperately to end a conversation. Leaving things at each other's houses. A prayer for separation.
- Larry: His email relationship comes to an end. Svengali the hypnotist; "when will you ever stop talking to yourself."