Human intelligence has two attributes or qualities: 1. being systematically intelligence or smart or wise 2. being universally knowledgeable My book "Roadmap to Knowledge" tries to help you to acquire those two qualities. Is my endeavor too pretentious? Not more than a physician who bases his/her applied science and art of healing on anatomy, physiology and morbidity. The "ingredients" of my intellectual "recipe" are: Some theology Philosophy Psychology Logic, Pedagogy And Thirty years of teaching Watered by a lot of prayers Meditations I split my "Roadmap to Knowledge" in two books for the obvious reason of treating with caution, diligence and respect for each quality to acquire. My books are destined not only for reading, but also for practicing along with, if you are serious about cultivating your own intelligence. GOOD (INTELLECTUAL) APPETITE!