In this episode, Tripp explores the metaphor of a donut. It's an interesting thought-process: it's the hole in the donut that makes it interesting, therefore it's what people (and things) ARE NOT that potentially make them interesting. Watch the video -- Tripp does a much better job putting it into words.
The hole of opportunity? What are your donut holes?
The title "The Game Change" came from the fact that by the second episode of Busted Stuff, Tripp and I were able to realize our full, initial vision for the show -- an on-going dialogue that engaged and involved our viewers. As of this writing, the magic of this episode has only been repeated one other time and even then, it was in long-form and spread across multiple episodes.
This video captures the video responses and from "Abundant Life" and Tripp synthesizes it all into something fresh, exciting, and enlightening.
Watch, share, and leave a comment (or a video) with your thoughts!
Special thanks to: J. Ryan Parker, Larry Kamphausen, MagpieGirlPresents, Steve Knight, and Dave Lawson.
This is the pilot episode of Busted Stuff posted to the SogoMEDIA TV YouTube channel. The premise behind Tripp's latest series is to look at all the institutions we, as humans, have this incessant need to build and how these institutions are inherently broken. Busted. Failures. It also examines the truth in these failures: that there is unmitigated hope within these broken institutions of church and state to build something genuine.
There are times when Tripp comes at issues from a decidedly pastoral/liturgical perspective. The result, however, is always open-minded and insightful, ready to challenge minds that are open to being challenged.
In "Abundant Life", Tripp muses about the anxiety of living a life full of abundance. Enjoy the video, share the video, and leave a comment below letting us know what you think.
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