I seek to share with others what I see and know, guiding them to accomplish what they never thought possible; helping them develop the eyes to see more deeply, and the skills to live more fully human lives. You see, by profession, I am an anthropologist and moral psychologist, specializing in human formation (the applied science of personalistic psychology) and culture. I seek to give voice to a new — and ancient (indeed, timeless) — way of seeing the world, opening windows to sources of wisdom long forgotten but rich with life.
We’ve all seen the “the malaise of modernity”, and feel in our hearts the relentless call for hope — for a new way forward, a new way of being in the world. It is my mission to answer that call, to seek out and give a voice to a way of life that frees us to become who we are created to be.
My task is to establish the framework and environments within which people can practice and freely live a culture wherein becoming fully human and transformed by the divine should be as natural as breathing.
I am on a quest to make possible for others this new world I have seen. I am a bridge-builder and mapmaker, drawing out the interconnected meaning of the things around us to shed light on a world steeped in culture and alive with meaning so that we can together revive the deep roots of culture and re-create that world anew, healing the ills of contemporary society.