This collection of poems is inspiring and heartwarming. Written with uncanny simplicity, Dr. Mbongo tackles profound and complex themes that have dogged humankind throughout its existence. Readers are compelled into invoking their own experiences on this journey. A must read. CHRISTIAN AKALE, Ph.D. Dr. Mbongo's poems evoke spontaneous eloquence. Like Robert Frost, vivid, graphic and persuasive; and Maya Angelou, articulate, symbolic and meaningful. JERRY DOMATOB, Ph.D. In The Journey, the author uses a poetic lens to look at the paths all mortals use to journey to hell or to eternity. The simplicity in his presentation and articulation unveil the perplexing questions that all humans must one day answer as they forge through this undulating experience, here called The Journey. The poet affirms that there is one true God, all of whose attributes no human can fully understand. In the poem entitled "Two ways," he shows how humans may choose to exercise their freedom as they lead their lives: "Two ways to touch every heart...two to remember my yesterday; To be angry, unforgiving, and defiant...to be understanding, merciful and a blessing." GAHLIA GWANGWA'A, Ph.D. With distinct honor and pleasure, I recommend Dr. Mbongo's poetry. This humble parishioner and servant of God writes from a heart filled with the Holy Ghost, and it shows. Read this book and be blessed THE REV. CB "CHIP" HARPER, Rector, All Saints Anglican Church of San Antonio ISOKE MBONGO MBONGO, a Christian, Pharmacist and Poet, was born and raised in Victoria, Cameroon and now lives in San Antonio, Texas. He is a member of the All Saints Anglican Church, a Christ-centered, Bible-believing, Ancient, Classical and Spirit-led parish. He holds a Bachelors of Science in chemistry and a Doctor of Pharmacy from West Virginia Wesleyan College Buckhannon and the University of California, San Francisco respectively.