The Seventh Tool explores human value, human nature, and love. It is about an eccentric and charismatic man, Jack, who, though selfish, lazy, and hedonistic, searches for a way to re-enter his soul and thus save himself from being utterly without value. On his journey, he realizes that his nature and his soul cannot be separated from the Earth, from Gaia, from Nature, and thus he faces the real work of his life: in order to save himself, in order to regenerate the human spirit, he must first save Gaia. The book also tells of two love affairs: one between a man and a woman, and another between the human and Nature. It is a story about the nature of man and woman. It is a story about the human animal and his place in the Original Wild Habitat where he reaches his spiritual and evolutionary climax. It is a story about what might be lost to us now in the human heart: the fully blossomed soul. It is about reuniting Gaia with her own nature, and thus it is about changing the world absolutely.