Here's some autobiography. Are you interested in a long read?
A few formative years ago I came across this guy's personal philosophy of life. It was right on track with the vein of philosophy I had been reading, but was written more for a layman. No huge sections that I could just barely understand. While I wasn't convinced by everything he said, his main idea was very influential to me, and kind of cemented in me a move away from seeing the world in terms of absolutes toward seeing things more as varying in degrees of certainty. Some very intellectually dishonest blacks and whites blurred into more questioning shades of gray. Anyway, here are his ideas.