Who Do We Owe?

A socially engaged performance. $20 suggested fee.
Part of the series “Cosmic Purpose of Human Creativity”.

Who Do We Owe?
By Abraham Entin

A free-wheeling look at how debt shapes our lives and how to find a way towards freedom.

“St. Peter don’t you call me
‘Cause I can’t go
I owe my soul
To the Company Store!”

Utilizing original songs, stories and events from contemporary life, we will discover a new perspective on how debt operates and how we can change our relationship to this fundamental fact of life. Please join us for this unique and uplifting perspective on an issue that affects us all.

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Abraham Entin, at seventy-three, is still out rousing the rabble. He is a singer, songwriter, and storyteller, and dances at every opportunity. He is a long-time student of Rudolf Steiner’s social ideas and is particularly interested in how spiritual perspectives influence and help bring about positive social change. His memoir Living on the Fringe has just been published by SteinerBooks. Abraham’s website is www.leversofpower.org.

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When: Sat., Mar. 30, 2019 at 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Where: Anthroposophical Society
138 W. 15th St.
212-242-8945
Price: $20 suggested fee
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A socially engaged performance. $20 suggested fee.
Part of the series “Cosmic Purpose of Human Creativity”.

Who Do We Owe?
By Abraham Entin

A free-wheeling look at how debt shapes our lives and how to find a way towards freedom.

“St. Peter don’t you call me
‘Cause I can’t go
I owe my soul
To the Company Store!”

Utilizing original songs, stories and events from contemporary life, we will discover a new perspective on how debt operates and how we can change our relationship to this fundamental fact of life. Please join us for this unique and uplifting perspective on an issue that affects us all.

*****

Abraham Entin, at seventy-three, is still out rousing the rabble. He is a singer, songwriter, and storyteller, and dances at every opportunity. He is a long-time student of Rudolf Steiner’s social ideas and is particularly interested in how spiritual perspectives influence and help bring about positive social change. His memoir Living on the Fringe has just been published by SteinerBooks. Abraham’s website is www.leversofpower.org.

*****

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