Originally, my work is toward a complete explanation of religion. That is, as an existent being, the being of religion.
What I found through exploring mental health is what we are really dealing with is the being of thought.
Due to the nature of knowing, mental health exceeds conventional estimations of propriety.
So it is the nature and thoroughness of this exposition, what we could call ‘conventional philosophy’ will likewise be described for its limitations, applications and uses.
Mental health philosophy finds religion in the fabric of being in a way that defies the usual manner we understand institutions of religion. Mental health philosophy is about more the way that knowing functions, the way it works to establish a reality able to be lived.