There’s no doubt: Willis Earl Beal’s Church of Nobody venture is eccentric. Mimicking many elements of a church service in the most recent instalment, Beal, who calls himself “Nobody,” delivers a thought-provoking “sermon” about ignoring the alleged importance in things that our lives are based on. The notions of “being” and the “greater good,” the “self” and the “whole” are challenged by the singer/songwriter, eloquently brought forth for the congregation to consider.
To suggest that some of the most important things in our lives are ultimately unimportant is bold. Watch how Willis Earl Beal justifies such thoughts above.