Daniel Pociernicki has lived through many centuries in many lifetimes: Once as a monk who starved to death simply because he forgot to eat; another time he was the energetic, white-light god, Zor. During his present lifetime, he has flourished as a writer, stage director, teacher and singer. He was a member of the San Francisco Opera Chorus for twenty-five years, and a soloist in several Bay Area Christian Science churches. Some of his great joys in life are vodka, food, cigars, women and dancing. He also finds pleasure and meaning in poetry, singing, Wonder Woman, Perry Mason, The Pittsburgh Steelers, The Pittsburgh Pirates, poker and the ocean. His greatest loves are family, friends, god and the pure, blessed miracle of being alive.