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The Skeleton-Man show “Death: The High Price of Living” was created to address the demand for a fun and catchy introduction to life’s biggest questions. And show how we can create renewed perspective and meaning in our lives
We all think about the “big questions” in life now and then. Oftentimes, however, we let the moment pass by without much consideration. This is a shame because with a good guide they can open a fountain of energy
Moreover, these themes also plays out on an organisational level. For an organisation to develop truly vibrant, vigorous and meaningful working environments it is imperative, therefore, to have an understanding of the powers that rule deep in the human psyche
Experience an El Wire Workshop where you learn to make your own lightning creations
El Wire is easy to work with, inexpensive and appealing to all ages. We all love to see stuff light up.
As part of the Skeleton-Man universe I offer 2-4 hour El Wire Workshops where you learn to work with El Wire. And I promise that you will leave with your own lightning creation! Perfect for a creative and playful activity that unites kids of all ages.
In his newest show “Death: The High Price of Living” Skeleton-Man takes the audience on an existential Tour de Force designed to offer new perspective and renew your life appetite, energy and sense of freedom
A great relationship breaches the barriers of a lofty solitude, subdues its strict law, and throws a bridge from self-being to self-being across the abyss of dread of the universe. Article on Martin Buber’s strong appeal to human relations
There is but one truly serious philosophical problem: Suicide. Judging whether life is or is not worth living amounts to answering the fundamental question of philosophy. Introduction to Albert Camus’ “The Myth of Sisyphus”
How did an existential psychotherapist survive the horrors of the Holocaust? In “Man’s Search for Meaning” Viktor Frankl emphasizes the importance of meaning and shows how one may find meaning even in suffering