Corner of the Universe

In Corner of the Universe, Trisha expresses her own private philosophy about how she goes about trying to improve as a person.

TRISHA: From myself…and others. I like to think about things too, minus the philosophy. I’m always talking to myself, so much so that I thought I had a problem, but then I realized I don’t and it’s quite normal to constantly be in conversation with oneself, as long as I’m not in conversation with someone who isn’t there, I should be fine. But I do go on lengthy talks about virtually everything I encounter. I go on long riffs about situations I find myself in. I’m always replaying a scene in my mind, trying to see if it could have played it out in a better way…what I could have done differently…sort of like combinations in chess, patterns, I do that all the time because I learn that way, about people and myself, you know? And about life, that’s my biggest tool in the shed…it’s how I get through the next day but it’s also about trying to improve myself, to be better the next time I say something or do something in a similar situation…it works, for the most part. You kind of have no choice in the world we’re living in, if you wanna find some kind of harmony…

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Corner of the Universe by Joseph ArnoneIn the one act eplay Corner of the Universe, Trisha talks with an eccentric customer at the coffee chop she works at.  1 Woman, 1 Man.  Drama.

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