This site is about new perspectives of world cultures, so we can inspire children to learn about our world. In my 28 years of study and travel, I’ve found that the world’s cultural wealth is a boundless treasure chest, and most of it’s untapped.
You can engage with this site in three levels of depth:
1. If you’re in a rush, you can look at the gallery, or go into my blog and click on the “quick flights” category. I post pictures in this part of the blog frequently, with short comments and stories. These two sections juxtapose many cultures in rapid succession. Perusing them is like flying around the world very fast. I took all the pictures, and they’ll give you a little taste of the riches I’ve found around the world.
2. The blog’s other categories have posts with more words. They’re quickly digestible views of many of the world’s most influential cultures. In each post, I mix deep analysis of a society with several photos that I took.
You can read the blog in many ways. Some people might want to focus on one culture and read all the posts. That’s fine, but a great way to approach this blog is by comparing many world-views. If you read it in chronological order, you’ll fly from place to place. The blog starts with Angkor Wat, and then goes all over the world. The magic happens when you learn about several societies. Please comment whenever you’re inspired.
So this second level is also a gleeful flight around the globe, but it gives you a deeper appreciation of our world.
3. The third level will give you the maximum depth. It will be in the “Books” section when I’m ready to publish the two books I’m working on. They will detail a formula that I’ve discovered for maximizing our cultural wealth. I”ll release the first in early 2013, and I might publish smaller sections of it first. Each book will be one-in-a-million.