Oscar nominee Stan Chervin is writing the screenplay about the prolific comic.
Acknowledging the dualism between body and symbol in an awareness of death motivates us to live life to its fullest and to heal the world.
The game is rigged, and "we the people" keep getting dealt the same losing hand.
It’s dark, but also very much a George Carlin joke.
Would your father support him? "Oh, God no. No, no, no, no, no."
So, pray for healings. Pray for your needs. Pray for others' needs. Pray for the living, and pray for the dying. Well, maybe
About half the country, more or less, cannot even have a conversation with the other half. And no matter who wins the White House in November, we'll still face this dilemma of how to regain the thing we have lost as Americans: our sense of love for one another.
Carlin legend holds that all it took for me to come into the world was a little sperm, a little egg, a little weed, a little scotch, and something called the limbo.
When we are mindfully present in the moment we'll notice that our conscious mind is fully engaged with what our body is doing and, as a result, energy seems to flow with a greater sense of harmony, grace and ease, which ultimately manifests as a deep sense of inner peace.
No matter how much talent a professional coach has on his roster or a player has in his God-given gene pool, there's nothing that compares to preparation through practice, even if the ticket-buying public thinks they can just roll out the balls and play. Now picture the life of a stand-up comic.