Tasting The Moon: Part 1 (video)
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|This is part 1 of the 5-part series, Tasting The Moon:|
part 1 | part 2 | part 3 | part 4 | part 5
Total length: 26:03
(Parts all share the same title)
Poster: Tastingthemoon Post Date: February 12, 2012
||Tasting the Moon: Adventures in the Meaning of Life, by Meg Fortune McDonnell, is the story of a "no holds barred” pathway through life — from the author’s eccentric childhood, through the tumult of the 1960’s, to the ashram of Adi Da Samraj, the spiritual teacher she encountered in the 70’s.
In this video series, Meg talks with her father, Robert McDonnell, about working together on the book.
Dr. Robert McDonnell (aka "Bob" or "Dad") is a Shakespeare scholar and former professor of English Literature, as well as a family therapist. He has compiled and edited five books of literary criticism (including King Lear: Text, Sources, Criticism), prior to his work on Tasting the Moon: Adventures in the Meaning of Life.
Interview conducted by Ian Griffin.
Music courtesy of Naamleela Free Jones, from her CD, Eyes In Other Worlds.
Length: 03:51 Views: 836 Views This Month: 48 Views This Week: 10
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