In spite of its title, C.U.H., is a sincere call for greater consideration of
the true human potential.
It portrays the discovery of the horrors of humanity
and the desire to transcend beyond. The piece discusses the
modern birth process that essentially traumatizes a young
soul's first experience of life. It progresses to the development
of the understanding that humans kill.
Ultimately the character
learns to calm the storm of physical existence, pondering
the mysteries of a cosmic black hole and the peaceful
possibilities of life after physical death.