|Occupation||Composer, Pianist, Creative Thinker, Theologian|
|Location||Houston, TX, United States|
|Introduction||After receiving a doctorate degree in music composition and after working for many years as a music minister in various Christian churches, I became more open about my own (atheist) Humanist beliefs. I am passionate about meaningful, authentic community, and I earned a Master of Divinity degree (as an open atheist at an evangelical Christian seminary) with the intention of serving as a minister in the Unitarian Universalist Church. As it happens, I became endorsed as a Humanist Celebrant instead. My goal in writing this exploration is to encourage people to think about what they believe and to live out their beliefs meaningfully. I also want to promote the idea that people matter, because I honestly believe that this one principle could change the world for the better.|
|Interests||Music, Humanism, Community, Role-playing Games, single malt Scotch|
|Favorite Books||The Hero with a Thousand Faces, The Hidden Brain, Flow, The Artist's Way, Originals, Daring Greatly, Where the Wild Things Are|
All of the phone numbers have fallen out of your address book. Whose number do you look for first and why?
I think it's cute that you think I still use an address book.