Behold, God has spoken through His Revelations sometimes to those considered worthy, and men spoken millions of words about God and His teachings.
Teachings of brotherhood and peace, moderation and harmony, charity and hope.
With the result that the word of God, in whatever way you chose to call him, is the same in all the religions of the world: a common denominator of love, hope and liberation from the pain of life on earth.
There are those who lived these truths in their soul, like the mystics or the great initiates who have written confessions and testimonies, on the other hand there are those who achieved the same goal using their brain and their intellect: the great scholars of religion, the great sages or the great theologians.
There are novelists who have put them in prose and poets who sung them in verses, or journalists who have made inquiries.
Wherever religious literature has endeavored to make man understand the incomprehensible, the incommunicable, because a truth of faith can be lived but it is very difficult to communicate.
But in all their speculative efforts, this moltitude of men seem to have told their kin the same thing: elevate, sublimate your soul to levels that the ordinary people not even suspect, because a soul without the Spirit is like a flower without water, destined to wither and die in the general indifference of earthly life.
Because chief specificity of man is conscience and without it our passage on this earth is useless, our testimony is empty of meaning.
But conscience exists to be elevated, sublimated to the most sacred Truths, that in the end are the most important ones.
That is what religious literature is for, that is the aim of Sublimar.