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To this day, I am painfully introverted, a rather odd thing for a person who travels the world two hundred days a year lecturing to thousands of people, looking for ways to build bridges and to inspire people to reach deep inside themselves for what is meaningful and kind and good in their lives. I’m a much better candidate for what I did in the earlier part of my career, which was being locked up in a laboratory with my microscope. I started on the path to that microscope when I was ten. In the fifth grade, I had a terrifying nightmare in which my family and I were in a jungle with headhunters chasing us and booby traps, snakes, and scorpions all around.
INSPIRED TO DO THE UNEXPECTED 10 I had no life of my own, none whatsoever. My children were suffering. My marriage was suffering. And, once again, my inside wasn’t matching my outside, because what interested me the most was the spiritual dimension of the work and for me to be explicit about that dimension wasn’t appropriate in that medical environment. Yet I couldn’t get myself to leave. If I jumped ship at age forty-two, that was it for me. I’d never get back into an academic environment. And I’d have given up more than twenty years of fussing and scraping and competing to do what I wanted.