Have It Both Ways

With Two Additional Essays

by Daniel Zanou


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Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 18/03/2024

Format : E-Book
Dimensions : N/A
Page Count : 196
ISBN : 9798369416921
Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 5x8
Page Count : 196
ISBN : 9798369416938

About the Book

This book narrates the peripeteia of the young president and his mentor. It depicted the journey of a Buddhist monk who had been a spiritual advisor to a young pop music singer. When she announced her desire to enter the race for the presidential election of the United States, he supported her and used his knowledge to bring her into the White House. Unfortunately, the mentor and his mentee parted ways during her administration of the country following an altercation between a staff member of the White House. The spiritual guru left the United States and led a peripatetic lifestyle before settling in Greenland with the Inuit population. He converted these people to Buddhism and imposed a vegetarian lifestyle while they had been living on meat for generations. The Eskimos suddenly died of malnutrition leaving the guru devastated. He contemplated suicide when the spirit of God spoke to an Iowa pastor to bring him back home. Once back, the young president sent him to Oral Robert University in Tulsa to study Christianity and become a pastor. He later returned to the White House and served as an advisor to the young president. The book closes the debate about Hell and clarifies why Jesus did not and could never go to Hell. It explains why a frantic arms race of nations and excessive war are the primary causes of the world’s unrest. The book is also about the hypocrisy of the political class that struggles to connect the dots between the past deeds of their ancestors and the present moment. They want a big military and a sophisticated highway system but are reluctant to pay for them, hence the title “Have It Both Ways.”.


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