Monthly Archives: March 2011

The Speed of Trust

Everything we do in our world today depends on trust. The credit card you use to buy your clothes is a small example. The store trusts the credit card company will pay them, and the company trusts you will pay … Continue reading

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How Good People Turn Evil – Part 2

After an intense two weeks of research in 8 cities and 3 countries, I’m back in Singapore to process everything I’ve seen and learned. Thank you to all the many friends and newsmakers who helped make the interviews and trips … Continue reading

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Next to Normal Philippines: A Musical About Pain, Loss & Love

How do you know that what you know or feel is real? What certainty do you have in your view of the world? What if the person you love only brings you pain? These are only some of the questions … Continue reading

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Seeds of Terror

Writing a book is an incredible experience: it’s agonizing and painful at the beginning; hypnotically obsessive in the middle; wonderfully glorious and cathartic at the end. SEEDS OF TERROR was published in 2003 by Free Press, an imprint of Simon … Continue reading

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