Survivor – vividly recounts the horrific and bizarre
accident I was involved in. From walking on the sidewalk
with my father to being hit by a car going 40 M.P.H., being
catapulted upward and over the hood of the vehicle, and then
shattering the windshield and
landing inside the moving car. I was conscious through it
all and felt blows being showered
upon me from above. Pleading with my attacker for three miles
as we wove
in and out of traffic, he repeatedly beats me. The Survivor’s
main focus is upon my amazing recovery, allowed through my
acceptance that my life had changed. I was strong enough
to overcome this tragedy and would learn many valuable lessons
from this involuntary and almost deadly change in my life.
– details my philosophies on life, particularly articulating
how we control and shape our own lives. The Philosopher
provides principles designed to stimulate readers to better
understand, trust, and love themselves.
The Sex Symbol
- explains what it’s like to
be so damn sexy and how others can be sexy as well. I also
explore the eternal question of why do bad things happen to
– characterizes my sister and our loving relationship, and
examines her tragic suicide, caused by her lack of confidence
and giving an unrequited love to her boyfriend. This persona
also examines how her loss planted the seeds for my becoming
a philosopher and my seeking to prevent others
from sharing her fatal lack of self-esteem.
– describes my unique experiences at Berkeley law school,
such as attending an all nude party and dressing in skirts,
while also detailing working for a prestigious law firm and
the creation of my own law office.
– narrates the metamorphosis of myself from a mild mannered
into a night club dancer. The Dancer explores the cathartic
effect dancing has upon
the mind and body.
The Church of
Ken – “The Church of Ken is for those who want to make
gods of themselves.”
This persona describes how we can control our lives through
achieving the self-fulfilling prophecy and also determining
how we react to those events in our life, which we could not
shape. The Church of Ken includes positive advice and precepts
for living with The Ken Commandments.
– explains how a perpetual bachelor who once thought that
was a type of wood settled down, and what I have learned from
Student – summarizes the lessons I learned while in college
as well as describing the many antics I was involved in.