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The Theatre of Love Sex Marriage and Beyond - cover

The Theatre of Love Sex Marriage and Beyond

Gaglozoo H A Berdie

Publisher: Pencil

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About the Book: I have always described this Book, as Controversial and Complex, but a life- long Companion and Counsellor. Each chapter, in this Book, is almost a complete book, in itself. Readers will find, in almost, every chapter, of this Book, that, the contents are diametrically opposed to some entrenched, Secular, Religious and Cultural Beliefs and Norms. I know, that some readers will read them, with an open mind, some will read them and start having second thoughts and others will read them as offending their traditional beliefs and Norms. However, in whichever way, Readers, may, see them, these are my candid opinions, so, forgive me. I would sincerely urge my Audience: Just read on and at the end of it, you would have gained. It is an incredible data of knowledge and wisdom, that cannot be found, in any single Book. ‘’IT IS AN OCEAN, DATABASE’’.

 
About the Author: I was born at Koforidua, the capital town of the Eastern Region, of Ghana. It is predominantly an Akan Ethnic region and the language is Twi. But I come from Anyako, a town in the Anlo Ewe speaking area of the Volta Region, of Ghana. I had my basic school education and my Teacher Training at the S D A Training College, Asokore, Koforidua. I taught for six years and gained admission to the University of Ghana, Legon, in Accra, after obtaining my G C E, ‘O’ and ’A’ Levels N 1979, I graduated from the University, with a BA, Honours Degree in Political Science and Ancient History. From the University, I came back to teach at the New Juaben Senior High School, Koforidua for two years, and left for Nigeria and taught at the Origbo Anglican Grammar School, at Ipetumodu, in Oyo State, I returned to Ghana in 1985 and was re-engaged by the Ghana Education Service and posted to the Regional Office as the Regional Statistics and IPPD Officer, in 1986. Whilst there I gained admission to the Ghana School of Law, in Accra and graduated as a Professional Lawyer in 2005. I went on retirement from the Teaching Service in 2006. I am also not in active Legal practice, at present. My hobbies are reading in areas of Science, Technology, Medicine, Politics, Astrology, Numerology, Spirituality, Religion, Culture, and Current Affairs. I also watch documentary videos on these areas and about Nature, including, flora and fauna. Readers will find testimonies of these reflecting in the contents of this book. I also enjoy the music of all kinds, including Traditional and Modern: Chorch Hymns, Gospels, Classical Music, Raggae, Country Music, etc. Well, the list is inexhaustible. There is a lot more about me in the book itself. This book is a revised version of the first one, I published in 2016. At present, I am working on another book that will explain the nature of God, Creation, Evolution, Reincarnation, and the Law of Karma. I am very confident that this book will finally lay to rest, any doubts, on the minds of Sceptics and Doubting Thomas’, about the existence of GOD. The next book will be about LAW and JUSTICE and the INJUSTICES of the WORLD JUDICIAL SYSTEMS. Readers can contact me by phone and e-mail. E-mail: [email protected] Mobile: +233504687695 {0504687695}

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