This site and its blog investigate and explore human experience. It is the one place online that connects all aspects of my life’s work spent delving into this immense yet little-known subject. If, as Dr. Spock of Star Trek says, space is “the final frontier,” then surely our experience is the only means we have of ever understanding it. Of all the realities there are, the four greatest I know are: God, the universe, life, and human experience — and the significance of the last one is that for all human beings, the first three can be known only through it.
From here, with just a click of the mouse or touch of the screen, one can immediately bring up my home website at the Authors Guild in NY, or the four blogs I have at WordPress, the shelves of my cataloged home library at LibraryThing, or the two new domains currently under construction (scheduled for opening in late summer of 2012) at Yahoo. Among these can also be found the links to both my Timeline and Photobiography on Facebook, as well as my profiles on YouTube, Google, and Twitter,
All of these are stand-alone sites, each with its own special features. But since they can all be reached from here, this is the Grand Central Station and the blog is its main train. Each posting adds another car to the train. By moving from car to car, one could see and actually traverse the whole train.
Undoubtedly, some will only jump on board while the train sits in some station, just for a quick look around before they jump off again. But its those who actually ride the train a ways that will ever arrive at some new destination.