Welcome back to The Mirror Factory! In this episode, Max Romero is joined by a very special guest — Fire and Water OG Rob Kelly! Rob brings to the Factory a favorite passage from his favorite book; W. Somerset Maugham’s literary classic, “The Razor’s Edge.” Together Rob and Max will discuss why this passage is so meaningful to Rob, the evolving nature of spirituality, and how home can be a very different place than where you started. Rob will read his passage for our listeners, and then it’s off to the Mail Room for your listener’s comments!
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- Intro theme: “My Baby Loves a Bunch of Authors,” by Moxy Fruvous
- Dialogue from “The Razor’s Edge” (Tyrone Power, Elsa Lanchester; 1946)
- “Loch Lomond,” accompaniment performed by Carl D. Phillips
- Closing music: “Farewell,” by Bob Dylan
You can find Rob Kelly here on The Fire and Water Podcast Network, on Twitter (start with the Film and Water Podcast), and be sure to check out his blog on “The Razor’s Edge,” Principles of Psychology.
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Leave us a comment, and remember — read a book!
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