To celebrate fulfilling a major purpose of my life, I have written a 12-page memoir, titled ‘Reflections on My Eightieth Birthday’. This has been inspired by Bertrand Russell, who had similar objects in life and who also wrote an essay with this title when he reached his eighties. On the day that the Russians celebrated the end of the Second World War in Europe, I then wrote a short piece titled ‘What Has Happened to Us?’ to answer a question that a physician friend posed in a poem. Inspired by feedback I received from these pieces, I have written another one-sheet article titled ‘Gnostic Psychology: The Primary Science’, as a succinct summary of where I am coming from.
However, a Jungian psychologist has told me that with so many cooks stirring the broth, it is difficult to find a way through the language and argument each of them uses. I have attempted to resolve this dilemma with the incomplete Glossary on my other website, acting like an information systems architect, focusing on universal generalities, rather than the particulars of specialists. But such an endeavour is unlikely to succeed. For changing the meanings of words can only be based on the radical transformation of consciousness that arises from profound Gnostic understanding. So, to emphasize that I am still content with ‘what is’, despite such misunderstandings, I have written two final monographs titled ‘Enjoying Wholeness’ and ‘Being a Pioneer’.