Behavior: Yes Begins With a No

In my 30s I contracted tuberculosis, and the next ten years of my life were spent not being sure if there would be a tomorrow. All of a sudden the important projects, relationships, criteria, values by which 1 defined myself lost their worth. I learned quickly to tune in on my being, my existence in the now, because that was all there was —that, and my tubercular body. It was a valuable experience to face death, for in the experience I learned to face life.

HALF a lifetime has passed since that experience befell Rollo...

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