Through poetry and other writings, he's tirelessly endeavoring to highlight and discredit misdemeanor and proffer valuable ideas about a variety of issues that affect people in general. There's also an obvious sense and trace of spiritual conviction in the "sporadic rays through the thicket of life." This poetry collection would obviously serve as a motivating tool to the reader. It contains valuable lessons about life, mostly about the dos and don'ts, what is right or wrong, the beauty and ugliness of life, in things and people.
Conspicuous by title are poems like, "Change," which talks about the inevitability of change, and "Only God Knows," which tells you not to agonise about tomorrow, rather worry about the now (God will take care of tomorrow, for He's the only one that knows what tomorrow holds for us and what will happen). "After All That's What She Would Want from Me" is a poem of encouragement to help people overcome grief about a loved one who has passed on.
The rays are plenty in this book. Use them to illuminate your way through the thicket of life.