Poetry has not been historically used to vehicle theological ideas. This book does just that. The author uses its majestic poetic talents to introduce to us those eternal philosophical and theological questions which have haunted the human mind since centuries. The message is clear. We are not alone and we can achieve an identity -be it innate or cultured- that surpasses our humanity. The human mind has enough weapons and tools at its disposal to reach the God within itself. The essential is to know how to maintain equilibrium between what we are and what we are not ... This book is a clear revolt against the religious practices when their proponents make of them the basis of their faith.
(FRENCH) This book sets the stage for "Théoésie ou une Question d'Equilibre". This series is the fight of the human spirit to achieve its divine dimension. This first book shows the unbearable internal struggle that the human nature has to go through when visiting the dark inner depths of what's not shown in us. After describing and defining the literary genre of the author in the marvelous introduction, the whole book focuses mostly on the "I" pronoun, as an excuse to represent both the human kind, in general, and the author himself. The last pages of the book attempts to define man vis-à-vis himself and God. The book ends by an endless beginning. Because of the everlasting feature of the writings, the reader is caught in what the author himself calls the "word spiral".