This book attempts to integrate two differing ap- proaches to medicine: Rationalism and Holism. While admirably desirable, it is yet near impossible to inte- grate these two systems into a coherent whole. Ratio- nalism, the basis of modern science, leads to reduc- tionism and then on to a conclusive point. Something is proven true or not. Holism is based on the personal engagement, a more subject and relational understand- ing. Something may be both true and not true, simul- taneal. [See Uncertainty Principle] Something that is true must engage our humanity and our suffering. It is complex.