Wednesday, June 26, 2013
The Uncomfortable Zones Of Fun, April 24, 2010
Recorded at Temescal Art Center, Oakland, California.
PAUL KRASSNER: “As a performer, George Carlin was uncompromising, knowing that his audience trusted him not to be afraid of offending them. “
The so-called comfort zones are really the opposite of real comfort. The zones are rigid prisons of fragile gated limits of eggshell fragility of fear and weakness. They create isolation, separation, and fascism. Real comfort is the relaxed ability to absorb, adapt, and play with anything that comes up in life and work with it in creating fun. This is outside the fragile zones. What people mistaken for uncomfortable as they leave the zones is really freedom. But going in and out of the zones is addictive and drains possibilities away from not just you, but from everybody. This is why it is extremely important to accept personal responsibility to keep pushing beyond the “comfortable zones” into what at first appears to be difficult but which will melt into the doorway to the next dimension of pleasure! Well, after all, isn’t that why you came [and keep coming back] in the first place?
And rub deeply below the surface to the core to arouse heat of pleasure!
Posted by Michael LaBash at 6:14 PM
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