Synchromysticism

" Synchromysticism:
The art of realizing meaningful coincidence in the seemingly mundane with mystical or esoteric significance."

- Jake Kotze

March 20, 2018

Death and Comedy?

Kelly MacLean is a comedian who hosts the dead funny (and sometimes sad) podcast 'The Tao of Comedy', where Kelly interviews comedians about their lives, career, outlooks on life...and death.
Kelly seems to have started this podcast after her brother died in a car crash and she herself was questioning just what life...and death was all about.
She has been a bit quiet lately over at 'The Tao of Comedy' and I was a bit worried that she had given up those fine and insightful interviews with other comedians, but it turns out I found out after listening to another podcast show that Kelly was on, that Kelly is currently working on a film called 'When You Die'.
SYNCHRONICITY #121 – DEATH + MONEY WITH KELLY MACLEAN
Skip to the 22 minute mark in the interview above to get past all of the talk about cryptocurrency and you'll hear Kelly talking about the 'When You Die' movie that she is working on.
And on the subject of death and comedy, I've been listening to a few podcasts featuring Dr.Raymond Moody and was surprised to learn that Dr.Moody started out as a stand-up comedian and even released a comedy album on vinyl back in the 70s.
Discussing Life After Life with Dr Raymond Moody – Paranormal Podcast 525
THIRD EYE DROPS #59 – GOD MADE MAN BECAUSE HE LOVES STORIES WITH DR. RAYMOND MOODY
Dr. Raymond Moody on the Duncan Trussell Family Hour
Dr. Moody even wrote a book called 'The Last Laugh' (now there is a good name for a podcast about death and comedy).
I also listened to comedian Tracy Morgan talk to Oprah in the above interview about surviving his horrific car crash and his thoughts on life and death, and I thought both he and Dr. Moody would make great guests on Kelly's podcast show.
Remember Kelly that Dr. Moody is technically a stand-up comedian, so he qualifies for your show.
Anyway, try and have a listen to Kelly's show
'The Tao of Comedy' before you run out of time to do so.

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