The Convergence is an autobiographical work the traces the spiritual development of two people, Frank and Patti Ross. It relates a story covering over thirty years of their life, but it is not just their autobiography. Rather, it is a hypothesis for the meaning for our existence and the route which mankind's development has taken. From the microscopic basis of their experiences unfolds a macroscopic view of the world in which we reside.
The Convergence is exactly as the title implies. A culmination of life experiences and research that provides the evidence that supports the startling hypothesis. The most difficult aspect of this work is finding a means to categorize it. It is at once a story, a technical review of varying existing literary works, and a challenge to the mind of the reader. Written in easily read prose, it allows the reader to experience the same level of wonder that has taken the author hundreds of hours to experience through research and life experiences.