Australian biologist Jeremy Griffith was raised on a sheep station in NSW, Australia, educated at the Geelong Grammar School in Victoria, Australia and later graduated in biology from Sydney University. He spent six years in the wilds of Tasmania where he undertook the most thorough investigation ever into the plight of the Tasmanian Tiger. During this time, aged 27, Jeremy shifted his exploratory focus to humanity, which has stayed his life objective for the last 30 years. Jeremy is a Director of the Foundation for Humanity's Adulthood (FHA), a non-profit organisation committed to promoting this new frontier of thinking.
* 'A superb book, it brings out the truth of a new and wider world.' John Morton, Emeritus Professor Zoology, Auckland University, New Zealand; * 'A most enlightening treatment of the human situation.' Dr Arthur Jones, former Anglican Bishop of Gippsland, Victoria, Australia; * 'Offers so many insights into our divided selves.' Ronald Conway OAM, distinguished Australian psychologist; * 'A breakthrough in understanding the human condition.' Dr John H. Champness, Australian psychologist; * 'Reading it with great interest and excitement, I can't put it down.' Jeremy Shaw, retired Anglican priest, Auckland, New Zealand; * 'Boy! what a book ... Should be in hotel rooms like the other book.' Ambi Kaur, Melbourne, Australia - reader response.