LIT AF Season 4 Episode 1
When your dead best friend shows up to warn you, best give him both ears.
Bonus: Did you know Charles Dickens wrote “A Christmas Carol” in just a few weeks while walking the streets of London late at night? Why would he do that? Because he was broke and he needed to write a story to make money. Tune in and join us at the corner of Art and Commerce for some real Christmas spirit.
THE FIRST OF THE THREE SPIRITS
LIT AF Season 4 Episode 2
If you’re not haunted by your past, you’re not paying attention.
THE SECOND OF THE THREE SPIRITS
LIT AF Season 4 Episode 3
Ugh. I can just see the embroidered pillows: “Right now is a gift, that’s why they call it the present.”
But in this moment you are making the most important decision of your life. You are learning from your past, imagining your future, and making an irrevocable investment of your time. You are literally sacrificing everything else you might be doing, everywhere else in the world, with everyone, and in the next hour you will be one hour closer to the end of your life — so you may as well enjoy this episode.
THE LAST OF THE THREE SPIRITS
LIT AF Season 4 Episode 4
If you think your future is just going to happen to you no matter what you do, then you may as well listen to this podcast episode.
If you think your future depends on what you do in this moment that will improve your thinking and lead you to right-minded action and better choices, then you should definitely listen to this podcast episode.
THE END OF IT
LIT AF Season 4 Episode 5
To quote Jim Morrison: “This is the end, beautiful friends…”
You may think Charles Dickens and Jim Morrison were very different. You may think they were the same person in different eras. You may think one or both is still alive.
No one’s ever seen them at the same party, is all I’m saying.