Wisdom and Folly is an honest, philosophically autobiographical account of a life both well-lived, and not-so-well-lived. The work penultimately remains focused upon the virtuous character of Yahweh, and the divine healing that protrudes from knowing His Son, Jesus of Nazareth, the Christ. Art thou tired of having every village of hope burnt down by dragons of despair? Has thee grown fatigued from tear-filled nights? Doth thee desire realms beyond, those filled with imponderable adventures and bountiful treasures alike? There is hope for thee, even for the pit yee perceive as inescapable! Let us, therefore, be diligent to enter that rest, lest anyone fall according to the same example of disobedience.
The rest humanity so often seeks is not as out of reach as first supposed, but is found by the stilled, reflective waters of the King’s eternal throne room; and, if one desires it, they shall find themselves met with no despair. God’s abode is the place all are most welcomed into. O’ taste and see, how the wretched, velvet bones of this author have become liberated by the truly haunting, other worldly Spirit of God and the blissful hope of His beloved Son!