I was fortunate to attend the cultural melting pot of Boston University in the early 70's. As senior class president I graduated with both a major in Business Administration and a concentration in Philosophy/Religious Studies.
Since graduation I have spent 30 years trying to balance compassion and morality with corporate success and capitalism; finally succeeding with the publication of my new book, "Zor".
"Zor" explores the relationship between philosophy, spirituality, and science by asking one simple question; where do you turn when life's core beliefs become suspect?
That is the dilemma confronting Jonathan Brewster, a middle aged money manager from Boston, whose "chance" meeting with a Haitian dwarf named Zor, spirals out of control. Forced to defend his life in a series of intense debates concerning negative ch'i, emotional addictions, neuron networks, placebos, vipassana meditation, the collective unconscious, laws of attraction, sub-atomic entanglement, Nietzche, metta, God, and happiness; John is reluctantly drawn to a new reality.
Rising above his crisis of conscience he restructures his life for the greater good, only to be challenged by the ultimate betrayal.
Currently living seaside, in a picturesque New England community with my wife and son, I am convinced the movement that captured a nation in the late 60's is still very much alive. "What's so wrong with peace, love, and understanding?"