I am writing a metaphysic, or total philosophy. Last week I tackled the difficult task of integrating Wittgenstein into my metaphysic. This is all the more difficult as Wittgenstein himself wrote that he had failed in welding his thoughts together into a whole. But the task became so much easier for me when I realised that it was not so much the things that Wittgenstein rejected which were important, but those which he retained. Specifically with regard to the theory of language. OBSERVATION: Linguistics is important to my metaphysic. In this connection I developed a new theory of language, which has been journal published, and has been more informally published, too. Wittgenstein is vital to theology (to many people's consternation).