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Changing the World With Words with Abraham Gordon

Posted: February 28, 2019 at 8:30 pm   /   by   /   comments (0)

Abraham Gordon, who believes that life is too serious to take seriously and the author of the novel “A Light in the Tunnel” joins Enterprise Radio.

Listen to host Eric Dye & guest Abraham Gordon discuss the following:

  1. What inspired you to write this book?
  2. What makes this book different from others?
  3. What is the process like for completing such a large project?
  4. What’s one crucial message from the story?
  5. What is the most challenging aspect of the process?

Tip: Don’t look too far down the road. Keep taking one step at a time.

Abraham Gordon is a real human type of human. What does that mean? Well, he believes that life is too serious to take seriously.

He is the middle child of five; and it was only after becoming an adult, that he realized how much he enjoyed spending time alone. Embarking on many solo expeditions, a joy of writing was stumbled upon.

Abraham has made a home for himself in more than ten different communities. He is a believer in the value of diverse experiences. He has worked as a server, a restaurant manager, a game center manager, a ski shop technician, retail associate, a yoga and meditation instructor, and a craft cocktail bartender. Abraham has been a school teacher in Taiwan, Israel, South Korea, and the United States. He has also been a special education teacher in Manhattan and a physical education teacher in Los Angeles.

Abraham’s experience working in various schools, led to the belief that education is an institution which has been tragically overlooked as a key factor toward the achievement of greater species progression. “I’m often flabbergasted at the lack of interest in a system which has the ability to improve every other system.”

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