Tor-Hana's Freedom

Hana was entombed alive in a tor—a hill— because of a dance of revenge.

When you hold onto revenge, nothing goes forward. People around the combatants eventually walk away from both sides because the true cost of the conflict becomes unbearable.

As far as we know, there is no written history of the feud between Hana and her adversary. This occurred centuries ago, but mankind has not progressed very far since Hana's day, and people still play the game of revenge.

In the near future, we will offer additional information about this project, but until that time, many questions arise as to what would motivate people to entomb this woman.

Join with us in speculating what could have caused this event in history.


  • Was Hana the perpetrator or the victim of revenge?
  • Was she buried alive because her enemies had total control over her, or because no one could control her any other way?
  • Why do people get revenge?
  • How do you get dragged into the game of revenge?
  • How do you defend yourself from systematic bullying and character defamation?
  • How do you defend yourself from prejudice and ulterior motives?
  • How do you defend yourself when the reason something is trying to tear you apart is so that you will walk away from something you need to survive?
  • Did she respond in such a way that her adversary felt justified in putting her down further?
  • If she was treated unfairly, did she have recourse to change what was unfair?
  • Did she have compassion for the people around her, or did she expect them to do something but they didn't know what to do?
  • How do you free Hana?
  • What do you do if no one comes to rescue you or stands up to defend you?

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Tor-Hana's Freedom
is a project of
The World Peace Organization for the One World Government

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