I am a modern-day nomad. I have no
permanent address, no possessions except the ones I carry, and I rarely know
where Iíll be six months from now. I move through the world without a plan,
guided by instinct, connecting through trust, and constantly watching for
People are my passion. Unlike a
traditional nomad, when I go somewhere, I settle in with the locals long
enough to share the minutes of their days, to know the seasons of their lives,
and to be trusted with their secrets. I have lived with people in thatched
huts, slept in their gilded palaces, and worshipped with them at godly
ceremonies and dens of black magic. I have also cooked with women on fires all
over the world.
Iíve been living and loving my nomadic
existence since the day in 1986 when, at the age of forty eight, on the verge
of a divorce, I looked around and thought, There has to be more than one way
to do life.