While life can be a montage of confusion, the concept of the Golden Dialetik can provide a unifying theory of the universe out of this disorder, and it is a concept that clarifies a hazy world vision. This unifying theory not only brings harmony to the relationship between science and religion, but it also harmonizes religion with religion—and even with atheism. While knowledge acquisition through science rises to the top of this vision as the preeminent initiative of humankind, religion is also fully integrated into the theory as well.
The Book of the Joyful Way explores this integrated vision of the universe, and it seeks a cohesive view of reality from which inextinguishable joy arises. Inspired by Lao Tzu’s Tao Te Ching, it contains ninety-nine chapters that explore the Golden Dialetik from various directions and through the multifaceted perspectives of both religion and science. The culmination of this effort is to discover the heart of the Golden Dialetik—joy.
Joy is the greatest reward, and when things are going well, the joy of living is a gift—but the joy of the Golden Dialetik is the fuel behind all joy. Wherever you are, whoever you are, whatever you have done, and however painful your present circumstances may be, you can leave behind all your sorrows and partake of this joy in the Golden Dialetik.