My Dearest Suicide captures an individuals’ mental battle over how to perceive the numerous unavoidable ails in life.
The dialogue expressed by the individual is unstable as the position of perceiving each of these numerous unavoidable ails through a natural viewpoint, as opposed to a spiritual viewpoint gets teeter-tottered multiple times due to selfish and then unselfish thinking.
As the individual selfishly scrutinizes the events experienced (Evil Spirit), a familiar but fairly used perspective that separates the identity of the individual from the unavoidable ail (Holy Spirit) becomes visible and dominate.
The Holy Spirit and the Evil One in the individual are the source for the two conflicting perspectives that leave the individual torn.
The intent of this book is for those whose thinking is formed from a spiritual orientation who have met with seemingly unavoidable ails of this world described by the individual in this poetic sonnet.