Moe and Betsy discuss the uplifting story of spilt milk and finding your own spiritual path in a hectic world.
Tipping Sacred Cows
Entertainers and professional athletes are the highest paid, and perhaps most imitated people on the planet. To most of us they lead enviable lives – consider for a moment that they get paid millions of dollars to do what they love; and as such, they experience life through a lens reserved for a privileged few. Not only do you find symbols of wealth in everything they possess, perhaps more importantly, its their unparalleled access – to people, resources and possessions that we most marvel at. But how are they on the inside?
Listen to the lyrics of Jay-Z and Justin Timberlack’s Grammy award winning single – Holy Grail – and you get a glimpse of just how much of a minefield living in the public eye can be. Most get ‘caught up in all these lights and camera..but look what that did to Hammer…the bright lights is enticing – but look what that did to Tyson.” Reading between the lines, its clear that despite the piles of cash; in the end, the overwhelming majority just seem to cheat themselves out of life. “There’s just entertainers and we’re stupid and contagious…” It’s all too human to follow the herd, unless of course, you’re Betsy Chasse.
The co-creator of the quintessential spiritual film – What the Bleep Do we know – Chasse is never short on candor. She lives according to her own rules, and unlike the prototypical musician or athlete, she makes her way in the world by Tipping Sacred Cows. Let’s start with the notion of self-worth