The Real Thing, Ordinariness

Gregory Bach
June 23 at 7:11am ·

It is not the “Extraordinariness” of one’s life that intrigues us, it their utter “Ordinariness” and when we let our own “True Nature” free, the boundaries of “Ordinariness” and “Extraordinariness” disappears. When we finally accept who we are, we become a “Mirror” for other’s to see their own “Ordinariness.”

Zen Mind, Beginner’s Mind

So, it is through the “Actor’s own Ordinariness” that they are able to capture the “Extraordinariness” of their “Character’s.

“This explains the “Genius” of “Marlon Brando,” for which we “have not yet” and “may never” see the likes again. His “Performances” and “Presence” in “On The Waterfront” and “Streetcar Named Desire,” are “Masterpieces” and “he couldn’t have cared less,” perhaps that is the “Essence of Genius.”