As soon as I popped out of my mother’s womb, I checked myself out to see if I was a boy or a gal. It was fascinating to discover my sexuality. I couldn’t leave myself alone.

Even though, I was thrilled to be a boy, I felt incomplete. I made a conscious decision there and then to meet a soul mate, the woman of my dreams.

I decided very early on to study all there is to know about the opposite sex... I secretly read my father’s copy of America’s version of the Karma Sutra. I looked every picture in Playboy up and down until the awful truth was ‘implanted’ in my brain.

As soon as I got to kindergarten, I began to practice what I preach.

By the time I got my driver’s license, I was hell on wheels.

Upon graduation from college, I went on to experience the THREE STAGES OF A MAN'S LIFE ...............





By 28 years of age, I finally got that I knew nothing at all about women... I gave up totally... and the funniest thing happened... I met the man of my reality, Osho. Osho helped me finally understand my loneliness by pointing out the essential truth to me that love has nothing to do with being with a woman.

“Love has nothing to do with somebody else, it is your state of being. Love is not a relationship. A relationship is possible but love is not confined to it, it beyond it, it is more than that ~ man becomes mature the moment he starts loving rather than needing. He starts overflowing, he starts sharing, he starts giving. And when two mature persons are in love, one of the greatest paradoxes of life happens, one of the most beautiful phenomena… they are together, and yet tremendously alone; they are almost one. But their oneness does not destroy their individuality.”