Francis Lucille guides the audience in a meditation on the yes-saying path of “holy laziness.” He reminds us that this moment, and always, everything is happening on its own. Our decisions are in fact cosmic events, no different than the rain or the snow or the hurricane. They just happen. Nobody owns them. The mind pretends to own them, to be the thinker of the thought, the decider of the decision, but it’s like a clown taking the bow after the ballerina’s performance, to claim the applause.