Dear Soul is written in a way that tries to confront the ego and take the reader on a spiritual journey of thinking. The writing is confusing. The key thing to remember is that I, Me, and My are representative of the ego. They represent our drive to win at everything. To have everything. We/Us/All/Dear Soul, on the other hand, represent a more progressive, united way of understanding life. It is about detachment. Dear Soul is both singular and plural, always. Like one and infinity simultaneously. Living your life on trust, without a plan. On a worthwhile pursuit of the divine. We/Us/All/Dear Soul represents oneness. You and I are positive only in the case of the divine; divine representing something greater that is unknown and perhaps unknowable in totality. The concept of unity or oneness is essential to all faiths and science. I don’t go into great detail about religious aspects, names, labels, practices. I do take from a variety of understandings and ideologies. Ultimately, this is a whimsical, formatted book of poetry that I want the reader to enjoy. I hope it gets the reader thinking, but if I had to choose, I would hope anyone that reads it enjoys what they read.