Well, Scissors seems to have conceded the nature of suffering and desire to his good friends Rock and Paper, but just when he thinks it’s safe….Let’s just say if people claim to be enlightened, then maybe they have a long way to go. It’s the Season One Finale of the series that gets inanimate objects talking so you can get talking, too!
Can we just “be” in life without having to quantify or judge everything? Is happiness possible? Maybe not. But is peace of mind even better? No matter what works, like everything else, “it ain’t freakin’ easy,” as Scissors might say. It’s the penultimate episode of Season One!
In which Scissors learns that there might be some actual techniques he can use to get him to live in the moment. But as Rock and Paper point out…there’s a catch. Find out what it is…as the series ramps up toward its season one conclusion!
So, what about art and creativity? Where the hell do they fall in the argument about desire and non-attachment? Scissors wants answers, but can Rock and Paper deliver? (Get it? Deliver the paper?)
Scissors is on the defensive big time as Rock weighs in on non-attachment and letting go. Paper takes Rock’s side, and things could get ugly here. Join the discussion about the meaning of life!
Scissors is starting lose it in this episode, in which the idea of non-attachment to things and situations seems like it might actually be a good thing. But he’s not going down without a fight…much to the chagrin of his pals Rock and Paper.
The questions get deeper as the answers get more elusive. Can our intrepid inanimate heroes uncover the meaning of life? Find out, as Rock Paper Scissors continues….