I published “The Design of Life” 30 years after conceiving and starting it. John Waskom, Ph.D. was the originator and intended author of what is now the core of the book. But his untimely death put the burden on me.
In those intervening years, I organized and polished John’s thoughts from audiotapes his family let me borrow. And over time I added my own thoughts and observations.
As I state in the opening of the book, it is all about an ideal: What if humans could develop along natural pathways? What would child-rearing look like? What would education and schools look like? What would individuals think about and strive for? How would they get along, accomplish things, and make the most of their time on earth?
But of course, it all begins with the question, “What is natural….?”