The Knight Writings chronicles the internal struggle of a spiritual journey -- the personal battle to bring the principles of truth and love to places locked inside by fear.
The knights of old provide a model for this struggle. These are not the knights of storybooks and fantasy but the knights who preceded the romantic figures remembered by history.
This book asks its readers to look closely at their personal and spiritual beliefs and the gap between them. It proposes that spiritual truths cannot truly be known prior to the acceptance of oneself personally.
Not for the spiritually squeamish, the knight's path to God passes through the most distressing territory of all -- the ego. Despite the difficulty of this course, readers may find that this is the only way to make something that doesn't exist disappear.