Realistic Fiction: "Human nature" has not changed since the dawn of civilization; man's inhumanity to man continues; the practice of the "golden rule" has been unsustainable. The "issues" in this book are real. God has brought these men together because neither of them alone, could solve the problems of mankind. Over 80 years ago, Freud revealed that human beings were bound by two primal forces (life instinct and death instinct); "human nature" resulted from the interaction of these two forces. However, the more powerful, regressive--death instinct--thwarted individuals (and humanity) from ever reaching their goals--"it was the ultimate cause of all the conflicts in the mind." Freud died, failing to modify the imbalance between the opposing drives. Because he left this pessimistic message-- the truth of the nature of these instincts has been buried in the literature: until now! Jesus' plight might have been different, had he known about those instincts. However, he too, might not have found a solution to the dilemma: how to change human nature? The concept of "soul" has always been elusive. It is most often relegated to the term spirit--an ephemeral, non-definable substance. Heraclitus (Greek Philosopher) said, "The soul of man is a far country, which cannot be approached or explored." Perhaps the time for this has come. The author was formerly a psychiatrist and an "Assistant Clinical Professor," Stanford Medical School; there he taught the course entitled: "Spirituality and Psychiatry." This book is one of a series, revealing the issues between the soul and human nature.