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ZLORD podcast

ZLORD features two Americans seeing Oneness everywhere they look. Artist teZa and filmmaker Carter Lord start off in summer of 2019 car-camping for six months all over North America. Afterwards, they explore the inner adventures of life, experiences just as exciting and challenging to them as visiting exotic locales. Their conversations' aim is to discover just how interconnected everything is, when viewed through the unifying prism of the NOW. Seeing wonders reflected back from whatever they do, wherever they look or go, inwardly and outwardly, the couple shares with humor, unabashed honesty, with enough gusto for legions. Their banter is free and uncensored. Their views entirely their own, there is no affiliation or alignment with any organization/political party/religion/. These two are not your average American citizen by any means. Perhaps investigating such off-the-grid types as the Lords might expand your own perceptions? Drop the two a line to ask questions or comment:

Feb 27, 2020

The two hosts of ZLORD, teZa and Carter decide to hop right in and address a very HOT topic in today's world: the great divide happening among American society. Is it political alone? Or, as both attest, it's the culmination of many factors in many arenas of life that have led up to today's highly charged emotional states and political despair. The couple share from their own experiences and keep far away from theirs or others' political views, choosing to address, instead, the right of each and every person to share how they feel, without rancor, without retribution, without unpleasantries. Yet, as they give examples from their own lives, both agree that open discussions have become increasingly hard to do in this climate of confusion and blame. Instead of re-hashing old points, however, ZLORD offers remedies, starting with being kind to any others who have dissenting views. This is a time for compassion, not confrontation. Kindness and mutual respect is a first-step, however meager, to finding mutually agreeable solutions.