Many an author has tried to reconcile our reality with the immeasurable, unknowable. Many leaders have claimed that they understand the reality underlying human nature and behavior. All have used reason or science - with or without religious belief. Hard stuff and soft. This book by Georges Kassabgi is a challenge as well as a complement to current worldviews. It is for the open-minded person interested in expanding the ongoing philosophic debates. Hear him out on additional primal interactions at work alongside the basic laws of physics and chance; they are all together part of the one and only universal foundation. And we ought to keep that in mind in our deliberations on why we are what we are. Kassabgi is an engineer who has done research in computer technology (he holds five U.S. patents), and has studied mathematics. He has worked in many countries as a business management consultant and coach. In recent years, he has steeped himself in the history of religions and atheism, in the works of Montaigne, Goethe, Leonardo da Vinci, Erasmus, Machiavelli, Darwin, Turgenev, Mark Twain, Alain, Stefan Zweig, Robert Frost, Douglas Hofstadter, Richard Dawkins, and many more. Included in the book (in support of the new framework of thought) are some of his poetry and cartoons - and a detective story.