My purpose is to guide you through these halls. I am a personal philosopher. Though I have expertise and a specialization—having earned a Doctorate in Philosophy—I am neither an expert nor a specialist. You could say that I know a little something about everything, yes; but, much more importantly, I spend my days (and many of my nights) studying, researching, thinking about—questing after—an understanding of the whole: the whole of life, the universe, and everything; how all the pieces fit together, or how they ought to fit together.
The phrase “personal philosopher” might sound a tad odd, perhaps even archaic—the sort of position you’d find in a 17th or 18th century nobleman’s court, and not perhaps what you would expect to find on a 21st century website.