The short essays in this book have a common string: spirituality, in a practical sense of the word. The range of topics is wide: Love is a Verb-less State of Being; The Price of Money; Not Nothing, I am No-thing; Life Lessons from Chess; Drink While you Pray, or Pray While You Drink?; Another Way to Eat a Mango; Hostile Love; To be a Somebody, Remain a Nobody; In Divine Mathematics, 0=1=?; etc. Several essays are related to the spiritual outlook of indigenous peoples, commonly called the tribes. The essays are meant to nudge the reader into self-seeking; to ignite a desire to think forward; to draw on the past wisdom for direction to address today’s concerns and everyday tasks. The language and the presentation are simple, delightful, and gripping.