Off with the Rat's Heade

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Off with the Rat's Heade

9.95

A father can be a mystery to his son, just as a son presents an enigma to his father. At times a father seems like a king and his son a royal prince; at other times father and son seem ready to disavow and even slay each other. Michael Meade use two ancient tales to present the archetypal dilemmas and deep temperaments that arise between fathers and sons throughout the world.

The old stories evoke the disappointments and confusions, the angers and grief, and the bitterness and wounds that inevitably develop between fathers and sons. They also remind us of the love trying to grow between the two and propel listeners toward a greater understanding of the nature of the father-son wound and its healing.

Reviews of Off with the Rat's Head

“This is a ground-breaking discussion of the anguish that fathers and sons too often experience; very thought provoking for both sides of the dilemma.”

“Every father and each son needs to hear this discourse on the wounds that fathers and sons give to each other.”

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80 minutes

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