The author's ideology behind the compilation of A Classical Masterpiece was that the name and power of God would be highlighted, uplifted, honored, and glorified. Thus, "God's Creation," one of his favorite poems, was deliberately chosen to be used at the beginning of his book. He believes that witnessing can be done through literary work where the person's presence cannot be felt. Conclusively, the author's first compilation is a reflection of a piece of creative artwork which conveys a definitive perceptive background to develop the values of literature and language combined, and their purposes to man. It is his hope that his book will help to exalt the awe and wonder of the Creator of the universe.