The Bhagavad Gita or Hindu Book of the Dead tells us that Hell has three gates: Lust, Anger and Greed. If a man were to follow any of these paths for whatever reason, then by his own actions, he would go straight to Hell for all eternity. The three stories within this book look at each of these paths and how they affect the lives of the individuals who chose to thread them and of those whose job it is to stop them before it is too late. All of the individuals are just ordinary people, like you or me, who made bad decisions. Decisions that could ultimately lead them on a journey to self-destruction. With the right motivation, we all have within us the ability to kill. Animals kill for food, in order to survive. They kill because they have to. Humans on the other hand, kill because they want to . . .
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The Entertainer.As one of Scott Joplins most popular ragtimes it was prominently featured as the theme music in the 1973 film The Sting. It was originally composed in 1902. .Solo Score.Pure Duo Sheet Music, Arrangement for Accordion and Double Bass by Lars Christian Lundholm.