We’re spotting similarities inside the mosque; sacred spaces vary only slightly, according to Tony.
“I thought this place was the hugest place. I enjoyed the performance aspect of singing texts, I had to read the Hebrew from the scroll. I enjoyed singing to a packed house!
“The quest for immortality is to be with family and friends forever, it is the most important thing in life. The collective goal of life should be the search for an end to pain, suffering and death.”
At an early age, Tony knew he wanted to leave something behind. Now he believes it could be him; that we could all be our own great works of art. He’s looking for a cure in the mind. He wants people to work together.
The quest for immortality is a shared journey, according to Tony; one we all need to take responsibility for. So this, in a way, is a pilgrimage. With added journalists. And Nissan Cubes.