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Book details
  • Genre:SELF-HELP
  • SubGenre:Personal Growth / Happiness
  • Language:English
  • Pages:22
  • eBook ISBN:9781617924934

The Teaching Of The Tuna

by Christopher Hagan

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Overview
"The Teaching Of The Tuna" is a one-act play that has been described as "A New Age Waiting For Godot." It's main theme is overcoming the fear of death in daily life. A tag line from the play sums things up: "Hell is when you're in heaven and don't know it."
Description
"The Teaching Of The Tuna" is a one-act play that has been described as "A New Age Waiting For Godot." It's main theme is overcoming the fear of death in daily life. A tag line from the play sums things up: "Hell is when you're in heaven and don't know it." The play is really a spiritual teaching about overcoming the manifestations of fear that enslave us in our daily lives. Learning to not be afraid of loss in life, helps us let go of situations that enslave us. Fear is the ultimate slave master and it is us that can set ourselves free.
About the author
Christopher Hagan graduated cum laude from Columbia University with a degree in English Literature. Before attending Columbia, Mr. Hagan made his living as an actor and was the lead singer in a rock and roll band. Playing in clubs in New York City like the late CBGB'S, provided the freedom Mr. Hagan needed to express a new-found spiritual energy that was awakening within him. That energy has since lead him in many directions, one of which is : "The Teaching Of The Tuna." Mr. Hagan can also be found on You Tube reciting his poetry/lyrics.
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