Graphic Novel 

"Me, The Professor, Fuzzy, and the Meaning of Life" is a very long title for a book. Yet, the three titular characters each play an essential role in ferreting out the answers to the big questions that all people eventually ask themselves. All of these questions, as well as the efforts of all three characters, represent attempts to get at the very meaning of life itself.

At the time it was written, this graphic novel (or comic book) was created by a young man who had just come out of a top-10, university in the United States. Curiously, he was left with more questions after attending this school than he had before he entered it! Of course, I was that young man. After graduating, for myself as much as for the readers I imagined having, I began thinking and writing and sketching. I was actually surprised to discover that I could form a decent argument "from scratch," and without any help. It was actually easy, perhaps too easy. Because of this I rigorously tested my logic and presuppositions. I employed the help of friends from many different religious and philosophical backgrounds to test me in my arguments. Finally, being convinced that I had a decent every-man's argument, I decided to get the message out. This book is the result!

The Big Mystery


Greg’s Note: This is very cool and worth reading!

The Big Mystery: Me, The Professor, Fuzzy, and the Meaning of Life