Dennis Waite sees Advaita as the philosophy underlying most religions, including Christianity, though it is more usually associated with Hinduism. Its essence is summed up in its Sanscrit name, which essentially means "there are not two things". The full title of the philosophy is "Advaita Vedanta". Vedanta, derived from the scriptures which form the last part of the Vedas, means "the end of knowledge", in the sense of being the highest knowledge one can attain. It is not in itself an organized religion, however - there are no churches or priests. Waite believes that Advaita Vedanta provides the answers to the questions of "life, the universe and everything". His book aims to be practical, yet satisfying to the intellect, providing a simple framework within which the problems of life and death may be understood and resolved.