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5.0 out of 5 stars Transcendent! December 25, 2012
By K. Dolle
Will Keenan is a man of many talents. He's not just a movie star, he can also write some really great poetry. The poems in here are all filled with deep truths about life and the universe. I enjoyed all of the little snapshots that Keenan included in the text, they definitely lend a personal touch. This would be a great gift item... it's definitely a book I would want to curl up with before bed. You will find yourself reading these poems more than once, and gathering new meanings each time!

5.0 out of 5 stars Great read! December 21, 2012
By dee
Delightful, insightful, perversely scintillatingly deep! The "Tao of Will" could give rise to a whole new religon explaining the fundamental nature of the universe, even though by it's very nature it is un-defineable.

5.0 out of 5 stars 10 out of 10!!! December 25, 2012
By Jaclyn
Amazingly intricate, intimate journeys through the human spiritual experience! It is truly a great read filled with wisdom and an assortment of deep messages that can relate to anyone. His beautifully composed words also nourish a variety of emotions to reflect upon while meditating. I strongly recommend buying a copy!

Will Keenan is a star of independent, underground and “cult” movies including the first fully-digital feature film (Love God ’96), the last filmed black & white wide-screen musical (Johnny X ‘13) and the infamous cinematic alternative to a Shakespearean classic (Tromeo & Juliet ‘95).
Mr. Keenan moonlighted as a spiritual “rapper”/performance artist during the years 1990-2000, having written & performed the following verses in NYC, Amsterdam, France and Philadelphia before relocating to a spiritual hermitage in Hollywood until 2009.

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