It's a common thought that it's wise "to meet people where they are." But what if we don't know where we are? This book entertains the idea that, although humans can dock two fantastically complex machines in space and manage all manner of equally complex coordinates in the process, we may not know our own coordinates. The machines in space may be secured while we are adrift. How is it that we are so skilled at feats of engineering yet so alienated from ourselves that we aren't where we think we are? This book aims to shed light on how we arrive at such self-estrangement and how to begin clarifying where we actually are. The clarity, I hope, will make it easier for us to connect with one another so that our relationships are less troubled and are more likely to be transformed into sanctuary.