THE MORAL ECOLOGY OF OUR GENERATION - Th3 Simple Questions are not answers, they are the tools by which we can probe deeply into our life, love, loss, family, and culture. The morality that forms the terrain of our culture forms the answers the questions as well. I focused the questions like a lens on a different part of my life, turned the lens slightly, and was surprised by what appeared. This book is an invitation to try it yourself.
Use the three simple questions: “Who Am I?”, “Why Am I Here?” and “What Do I Want?” as prompts for journalling and deep reflection. At the core of faith are questions, not answers.
A "ROSE WINDOW" comprised of 45 separate chapters which I call "slices" carved out of my heart by Three Simple Questions. Are these essays? Meditations? "I don't know what these are, but I sure am glad I found them." -- LJ Spokane, WA. "The writing is richly creative, evocative, crisp, whimsical. Spot on!" -- BS, Dallas, TX | $11.95 softcover | $2.99 Smashwords | "These chapters change my thinking and chase away my middle of the anxieties." Malcolm
Th3 Simple Questions
Some of us escaped, somehow. We didn’t fit into the mold. We became the risk takers, start-up founders, the entrepreneurs and craftspeople. Lots of musicians and artists. The creatives. We have dinner with the others, who live in their carefully crafted skill-sets, follow their career paths and retirement plans. We envy their stability; they envy our uniqueness. They talk excitedly about bonus-mile trips to the mountains. We suggest we have a mountain right here and that we should get together and tackle heroin use in the neighborhood. They say rules, white lines, and uniforms. We say suffer courageously, dangerously and creatively. My friend says “upgrades.” I whisper “pocket knives.”