The principle of sowing and reaping underpins the way the world functions. Without this principle in operation, life will cease to exist. Everything that sustains man comes from the ground after a seed has been planted.
This book uses this analogy to show how life functions. If you plant good seeds, you will inevitably have a good harvest. Conversely, if you plant bad seeds, you will reap bad results. Whatever we do as human beings, whether good or bad, will have serious repercussions.
The theme of this book is that everything has consequences. A promiscuous life characterised by superfluity of evil, in which people are morally unrestrained, will lead to the serious consequences of contracting diseases of epidemic proportions. This book is an attempt to warn people to live circumspectly, knowing that one will reap what he or she sows.