From the series (This Is Islam), the topics of which are directed to the conscience of man, regardless of his ideological orientation or national affiliation. The book asks who created man, how he created him, and where he goes in the end after a short or long journey on the express train of life? Then he analyzes the philosophers' answers to his questions from the French, Germans, English and Danes, which did not succeed in ridding man of his suffering and anxiety, and his need for an answer that would keep him away from exposure to various psychological and neurological diseases that are intractable to any of the causes of resistance and treatment. He points to the West's need to listen in order to get rid of psychological frustrations, to the scientific secret that the East has preserved since the times of the apostles and prophets. It also shows the futility of human life when a person flees from knowing the nature of life, and carrying out his duties in it, to the gasping pursuit of its spoils, which is belied by the seriousness of the cosmic order, which assumes that man assumes his responsibilities in life, in order to achieve true happiness for himself and others. At that time, it is inevitable to appear before the wisdom of the Creator and manage it, and to be inspired by the human function assigned to him in his journey in life, relying on revelation and the sound scientific method, and what the divine statement says, so he holds the key to human happiness, and bets on the possibility of reaching the solution and the Islamic answer that he is comfortable with. In answering his questions.