The Mother-in-law Daughter-in-law Conflict: The Exploration and Improvement of the Mother-In-Law --- Daughter-In-Law Relationship
The book is called an intellectual diary. It represents a partly lyrical and mostly philosophical rendition of the author's unorthodox thinking, as it developed since his adolescence, gradually maturing over a number of decades.
Already at an early age, he evolved his own philosophical opinions, working them into a system of looking at the Universe.
He wrote poetry during that same period and combined those lyrical efforts with other areas of his activities. His thoughts are derived in part from a pantheistic and buddhistic view of the world of reality.
He combines the perception of his Human nature, with the conviction that he also reflects the Fallen God, Creator of this world, banned from the primordial essence.
He awakens to the realization that, along with all other images he has of his World, he carries in his Being the proscribed soul that errs eternally from entity to entity, in analogy to Ahasver and the Flying Dutchman, to Faust and other legendary destinies.